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10/01/2012

Rmdr: Minnesota For Marriage's star has admitted she's against 'the lifestyle'

by Jeremy Hooper

Kalley Yanta, who you already know from Minnesota For Marriage's "marriage minute" video series and from anti-abortion videos where she tells women that birth control is a "selfish" act against God, is the star of the first official campaign ad:

So that being the case, let's look at what we already know about Kalley's agenda, which, like so many other "protect marriage" proponents' agenda, goes beyond just marriage. Ms. Yanta made that quite clear when she appeared on the radio show of the way incendiary Brad Brandon and talked about judging "immoral actions" and not "agreeing with the lifestyle":


AUDIO SOURCE: Word of Truth Radio -- 1/4/12 [OnePlace.com]

"Exactly, exactly" she said to Brad Brandon's closing comment about "the lifestyle." She wants to "judge actions." That is far-right, "gays should 'change'" code. Ms. Yanta's words tell the informed ear that marriage is not the endgame. If only MN For Marriage's ads would be so honest.

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