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06/27/2012

Minnesota for Marriage: Gays should be 'put to death'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the official campaign:

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I think that the campaign's final response to Brad's question says it all, don't you?

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**UPDATE: The MN For Marriage campaign is now claiming they were hacked. That seems very fishy, for a number of reasons, but I certainly await (and will post) their proof.

Meanwhile, see below for (some) reasons why this campaign activity did not seem at all out of character for anyone who's been paying attention.

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*EARLIER: You *will not* believe Minnesota For Marriage's extreme rhetoric!!!! [G-A-Y]

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*UPDATE:Minnesota For Marriage, in PR spin mode, begins deleting comments, banning users [G-A-Y]

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