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10/26/2012

Harry Jackson: Marriage equality is 'manifestion (sic) of evil'—but Sandy's gonna kill 'the wicked' anyway

by Jeremy Hooper

Some sweet tweets from one of the Maryland Marriage Alliance's top surrogates:

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Hear that, scared mother who's comforting her scared kid? If you are fazed, you must be wicked (/gay). If you think a natural disaster deserves more preparation than just Bible recitation, you must be too unchurched for your own good.

Ugh. What natural disaster would Jesus exploit?

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