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08/17/2012

Another anti-LGBT campaign disparages a great American city

by Jeremy Hooper

The "No Wiggins" campaign, in which a coalition consisting of the Iowa Family Leader, NOM, and others is attempting to oust yet another state Supreme Court justice for simply casting a (unanimous) ruling that went against their anti-equality wishes, is the latest in a long line of far-right political campaigns to disparage the values of a certain American city located thousands of miles away:

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NoWiggins.com

Beware the activist sourdough!

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