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06/19/2012

Kirk Cameron, Tony Perkins plan late summer church/state marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

Jerry Boykin has been the Family Research Council's big critic of gays in the military. Mark Harris was a big critic of equality in North Carolina, admitting he doesn't want people seeing gays as "fine and dandy." Tony Perkins and Harry Jackson have never met a bottle of Gatorade whose first syllable they would tolerate. And of course Kirk Cameron went from precocious teen star to adult who believes same-sex couples are "unnatural...detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."

On September 9th, this team will enter into a swing state church, from whence they will tell voters why, exactly, our shared pledge of allegiance is meant to exclude certain kinds of people in civil law, which they will accomplish by telling key voters to stand against Democrats (even though they'll veil that part):

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