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10/14/2012

Hey, Minnesota for Marriage—

by Jeremy Hooper

If you're going to use fear lines to scare Minnesotans with claims about the supposedly poor education that their children would receive in a theoretical state with full marriage equality, it's probably best to ensure that you are not teaching improper apostrophizing:

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**FULL SET OF FEAR DOCS: Testimonials from Canadians [Minnesota For Marriage]

I mean, yeah, sure—typos happen. Heck, I'm a type-o macheen muhself. But all I'm saying is that if you're trying to be all like, "Hey, the gays are gonna wreck your child's learnin' and stuff," it's most surely in your interest to ensure that the errors are confined to your deliberately deceptive logic and not the actual words on the page.

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