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10/01/2012

Equal marriage like calling a carrot a tomato says org. that calls discrimination a public good

by Jeremy Hooper

From the increasingly callous NOM:

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Eh, if I have to choose between spending the rest of my life eating square pizza with carrot sauce or drinking the demanded Kool-Aid of a self-appointed team of "culture warriors," then that's not going to be a tough choice. NOM can call my marriage a chocolate sundae, if it so chooses, so long as the org. and its like minds stop trying to call it illegal.

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