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04/13/2012

Vote For Marriage NC trio: You're a 'sinner' if you oppose #Amendment1

by Jeremy Hooper

First voice is North Carolina radio host Steve Noble.

Second voice is NC pastor Patrick Wooden, who is heavily featured in Vote For Marriage NC's latest campaign video.

Third voice is Tami Fitzgerald, head of the Vote For Marriage NC campaign.


The first two declare any Christian who opposes the state's marriage amendment to be a "sinner" and the third tacitly agrees:


SOURCE: Feeling Gay, North Carolina [Called 2 Action]

But they're the ones all about "religious freedom" and who are simply defending against other people's attacks. Mmm hmm. Sure.

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