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07/31/2012

Finally, I agree with Mike Huckabee on Chick-fil-A

by Jeremy Hooper

Mike Huckabee:

"The whole [Chick-fil-A] thing has never been about whether you support or whether you oppose same-sex marriage. It's a much bigger issue than that" [SOURCE]

Jeremy Hooper:

"TOTALLY agree, Huckster! This whole thing is not about the "traditional marriage' reduction that you and your supporters keep trying to work—it's about a prominent American COO who says marriages like mine are "shaking a fist at God" and capable of invoking "God's judgment," which are the worst charges an evangelical can lay at his or her neighbor's feet:


Glad we agree on that much, at least, Mike Huckabee! Now it's time for you, NOM, and the rest to start actually owning what Dan Cathy said!

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