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08/13/2012

Paul Ryan to cater to one of nation's most anti-LGBT groups

by Jeremy Hooper

Romney has yet to confirm. His running mate, on the other hand, is all set to address the Family Research Council at the organization's annual Value Voters Summit:

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Romney did speak last year (right before Bryan Fischer), and he has spoken in past years when he was either seeking or experiencing elected office, so it's highly likely that the top of the ticket will show up as well. And hey, why shouldn't they? I mean, Family Research Council staffers only say stuff like this about us:



(from a strategy speech delivered at a 2012 Concerned Women For America conference)

What could ever be the problem?!

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