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10/25/2012

'I will never stop meddling in people's marriages!' vows Maggie Gallagher

by Jeremy Hooper

I have to give Maggie Gallagher some degree of credit. She's actually putting her money where her mouth is when it comes to divorce, using her syndicated column to admonish heterosexual conservative thinker Dinesh D'Souza for divorcing his first wife and marrying a second:

So Dinesh, by choosing divorce, you may not only put at risk your teen's life, health and faith in marriage -- but even her faith in God.

If we were really close, I would plead with D'Souza: Don't do this. Don't do this to your daughter. Don't do this to the wife of your youth. Don't do this to those former students of yours at King's College, young and idealistic and hopeful about marriage, scared and scarred by divorce.

If I were your mom from Bombay, I would say, above all, please don't do this to marry a recently married woman half your age that you've known just three months. It has "karma" written all over it.
FULL: Love, death, and Dinesh D'Souza [U Express]

Dinesh has never felt more like a gay man.

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