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05/07/2012

NC Family Policy Council head: #Amendment1 strips gays of any and all recognition—'and that's a good thing'

by Jeremy Hooper

From Bill Brooks' closing argument column in support of the marriage amendment:

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[FULL COMMENTARY: NCFPC Spring 2012 magazine]

Love thy neighbor as thyself. Unless thy neighbors are gay, in which case, feel free to love them as thy personal whims bestowed upon thy by virtue of thy's being born into a heterosexual majority allows thy to tyrannically codify into law.

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