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09/12/2012

Top GOP politicians have 'embarrassing' weekend plans #VVS2012

by Jeremy Hooper

The Southern Poverty Law Center's president, J. Richard Cohen, on the disturbing politicking that prominent Republicans will engage in starting tomorrow:

U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor should be embarrassed.

Why?

Because they're lending the prestige of their offices to hate groups that spread incendiary lies about the LGBT community and others.

Ryan and Cantor are among a number of high-ranking public officials slated to speak this week at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C.

KEEP READING: Ryan, Cantor Should be Embarrassed [HuffPo]

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