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10/03/2012

Video: Bob Vander Plaats likens IA marriage opinion to Dred Scott

by Jeremy Hooper

Civil marriage equality for same-sex couples is like treating Blacks as property. At least it is in this histrionic Bob Vander Plaats speech:

It's also telling how Bob admits (around 11:00 mark) that the whole judge-ousting campaign that he is currently leading is really all about electing conservatives on the both a state and federal level. I mean, yeah, duh—obviously. But I'm not used to hearing social conservatives admit the true purposes behind their divisive wedges.

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