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06/28/2012

Even MN For Marriage can't spin yesterday's General Mills failure

by Jeremy Hooper

I've already shown you video footage from day two of the flailing General Mills protests. But these weak pics might be even more insightful, considering they come directly from Minnesota For Marriage:

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[Minn. For Marriage]

These are the best pics they could show? The crowd is shockingly minuscule in both, and I count an almost equal number of children (i.e. people who don't vote) as I do adults!

When covering day one of the protests, Minnesota For Marriage flat-out lied, claiming "hundreds" showed up. This time, I'm glad they instead pinned their number on the thousands—the thousand words attached to each of these revelatory pictures!

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