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04/30/2012

Mean-spirited divisiveness unites LGBT voices (#Amendment1, #4marriagenc)

by Jeremy Hooper

Pam Spaulding and Chris Barron disagree on many things. The 2012 election, for one. How best to proceed with legislative LGBT fights, for another. The level of blood pressure flux that would accompany an Ann Coulter dinner invite, for a third.

But what does easily bring the two together? Opposing North Carolina's mean-spirited marriage amendment, natch. Go read Chris' words, hosted on Pam's platform:

GOProud’s Chris Barron: Amendment One is simple bigotry – NC is better than that [Pam's House Blend]

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