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07/09/2012

Today in nasty things Catholic leaders say with remarkable ease: My marriage is 'unjust to children'

by Jeremy Hooper

Discriminatory Catholic special interest group NOM is now pushing this message, delivered by the man who many call the "father of Prop 8":

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[NOM Blog]

Yeah, Catholic leader? You want to open this rhetorical can of words about child injustice? Because we can go there if you want…

And as for you, K Street special interest group NOM: Keep telling America that gay parents are a threat to children. Seriously. Do it. On that obviously animus-filled claim, we'll gladly meet you in court. Civil law, not canonical.

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