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06/28/2012

FRC redefines sanctity of Paul Ryan's statehood

by Jeremy Hooper

If Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) is going to take the time to confirm his speaking gig with one of the most outwardly discriminatory special interest groups working today, the least said discriminatory group could do is get the Congressman's state right. This from Value Voters Summit press materials:

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[Family Research Council's VV Summit]

Then again, maybe Rep. Ryan is sending some sort of of doppelgänger who lives in Texas. After all, if I were a member of Congress concerned with my legacy and was asked to lend credence to a group that has suggested exporting gays, prints pamphlets that begin by comparing same-sex marriage to man-on-horse, and has contributed some of the worst and most personally-targeted quotes in all of Anti-gayville, I'd certainly want to outsource the job as well!!

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