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04/27/2012

Amendment 1 campaign literature calls gay relationships 'fundamentally dysfunctional'

by Jeremy Hooper

Q. What is the Vote For Marriage NC campaign using to scare voters?

A. A document assembled by a Southern Poverty Law Center–designated hate group which says gay relations are "fundamentally dysfunctional on many levels" with marriage being something we gay folk cannot "achieve, or even desire":

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Don't be fooled, North Carolinians. This campaign intends for this to be a referendum on gays and our essential worth!

Campaign head Tami Fitzgerald has come right out and said it. She's admitted that her fight is to take gays out of their "abomination" so that she can help us find our "highest and greatest good." When these folks talk, I think we should believe them.

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