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08/03/2012

North Carolina equality foes: More worried about Kurt Hummel than they are Will Truman

by Jeremy Hooper
"From the start, we always felt that the votes were there. But as the years went by and we went from ‘Will & Grace’ to ‘Glee,’ we could see the numbers slipping

—The Family Policy Council of North Carolina's Bill Brooks speaking to Focus on the Family (his parent org.) about the state's recently-passed marriage ban

And this is how conservatives let the "Modern Family" writers learn they aren't doing enough to destroy the American fabric. Fingers crossed for season four!

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