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06/04/2012

Video: John Corvino speaks calm rationality to self-victimizing, hostile host

by Jeremy Hooper

There is no one who argues on behalf of marriage equality who is softer or more respectful in tone than in Professor John Corvino. The man routinely shares a stage with Maggie Gallagher, and even she doesn't play her cherished victim card when with him. When it comes to the victim claims, John leaves his debate opponent very few ins.

Yet in this interview, Canadian broadcaster Michael Coren acts as if Corvino is swinging a massive bully club at the host's face. it's weird, really

Oddly out-of-tune reactions are just more signs that we are winning.

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