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11/09/2012

Christian Civic League of Maine threatens another ballot fight

by Jeremy Hooper

From the team whose embrace of discrimination was just rejected by Maine voters:

We are exploring the possibility of returning to the ballot again to overturn this egregious new definition of marriage. That may mean another campaign, including a signature drive to get it back on another ballot. [Christian Civic League of Maine]

Great. You go right ahead and threaten the GOP's relevance and electability even further. Because you on the far-right do know that you're *this close* to your party casting off your views and contrived "culture wars"—right?

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