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05/25/2012

Audio: Tony Perkins admits what I said all year: #Amendment1 was nakedly biblical effort

by Jeremy Hooper

Amendment One managed to change the *civil* constitution, callously turning the North Carolina's most precious governing document into even more of a weapon against same-sex couples' legal rights. It also happened to be the most obviously, openly faith-based state campaign we have ever faced. I've been saying that since last year.

Now, as he continues his tour of lauding Ron "gays worse than maggots" Baity, Family Research Council president Tony Perkins admits the same:


SOURCE: Washington Watch Weekly—5/25/12 [FRC]

Now you say that, Tony. Would've been nice to hear it back when those North Carolinians who oppose same-sex marriage but also oppose church/state marriage could've used it to shape their opinions and votes!

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