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09/27/2012

Video: Surely Minnesotans have experienced enough *actual* slippery slopes to reject this noise

by Jeremy Hooper

Heterosexuals of Massachussetts, New York, Iowa, D.C., Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Vermont—do you feel your "traditional marriage" slipping away from you? You should, according to Kalley Yanta:

It's fitting that the social conservatives so love these "slippery slopes." They are, after all, the side whose arguments routinely fall flat on their faces.

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