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10/25/2012

MN for Marriage finds a whopping seven—count 'em—seven former DFL lawmakers to support discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

They surely think this is some ace in the hole. To me, the fact that they couldn't even find ten former DFL (Democratic Farmer Labor) lawmakers out of a pool of many is a sign of great weakness—one that I wouldn't have published.

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All men, too.

Seriously, MN For Marriage—this should've been marked for the recycle bin, not publication.

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