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05/03/2012

Audio: Vote For Marriage NC Chair says 'marriage came from God, government merely recognizes'

by Jeremy Hooper

The person leading the charge to alter North Carolina's *civil* constitution:

[David Chadwick's radio show, 4/29/12]

So to recap: (1) Tami casts us out of God's purview; (2) Tami thinks only God has the power to grant legal rights to our civil marriages, despite the fact that religious ceremony is an ancillary (even if oft-utilized) component of everyone's civil marriage; so ergo, (3) we have no hope of ever being equally-statused couples in Tami Fitzgerald's North Carolina and, by extension, America, unless her personally-held vision of God swoops down and grants us permission.

Sing with me, gays: ♫ And I'm proud to be an American…

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**For more of the sweet things Tami has said about us, see her GLAAD CAP profile

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