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09/24/2012

Jesse Ventura: MN marriage ban is 'most flagrant discrimination you've ever seen

by Jeremy Hooper

Simple truth from Minnesota's former Governor:


[Cara Schulz]

But Jesse, don't you know that there are some Minnesotans who think their chosen church beliefs should trump the constitution? How dare you discriminate against them and their right to subjugate civil rights behind carefully workshopped code words ("Sanctity of marriage!") that deliberately mask their egregious church/state oversteps?

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