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10/04/2012

Destroy the sanctity of a perfectly good gourd

by Jeremy Hooper

A new contest from the team that's hoping to use their faith-based (Catholic, mainly) viewpoint to discriminate against same-gender couples:

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Bad part: Gay across the state get yet another reminder of how neighbors are "culture warring" against their peace of mind.

Good part: Those paying Halloween night visits to houses featuring these pumpkins can save time on their "trick or treat" spiels, as the orange gourd on the porch will have made made the choice perfectly clear.

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