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04/02/2012

My guns make me a tough guy, implies one of anti-gaydom's most overheated voices

by Jeremy Hooper

Matt Barber still hasn't responded to his blatant lie about his documented and sourced GLAAD CAP profile being either "cherry-picked" or "out of context." That might be because he, the moral values guy who loves to "talk tough" (yawn), is too busy parlaying his ability to flick his index finger a few millimeters in order to take a life into some sort of meritorious political statement:

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Seriously puzzles me why people like Matt ramp up talk of gun violence. But whatever. I support his #1stAmendment right to do so.

In fact with Matt? I welcome his speech. The louder his voice, the higher our polls will climb.

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