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06/20/2012

Maine 'values' guy ready to 'bury' us; will be left holding clean shovel

by Jeremy Hooper

This from Mike Heath, the man leading one of the two (or three) PACS fighting marriage equality at the Maine polls this November:

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Really—our marriages are "polluted tributaries"? That's weird of you to say, Mr. Heath, since most polls actually show us as a rising tide that will soon wash away muddy waters.

But then again, you also named your PAC's website "Gay Marriage House of Horrors." Perhaps attempting to mine deep political analysis out of your punditry is not the best use of one's time.

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