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05/02/2012

Video: Vote For Marriage NC not even pretending Amendment 1 is based on something other than personal faith

by Jeremy Hooper

The Vote For Marriage NC campaign has posted its fourth series of interviews filmed at the recent rally that was organized by the unbelievably incendiary Ron Baity. And of course, yet again, we get speakers telling citizens to vote for God's supposed definition:

(**Listen very closely at the end when you can hear a rally speaker, presumably Mary Frances Forrester, talk about not "celebrating a lifestyle")

Well, it was fun while it lasted, that whole church/state separation thing.

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