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11/05/2012

Protect Marriage Maine co-head: Church/state separation not biblical; wants God's marriage recognized

by Jeremy Hooper

You gotta hand it to the campaign trying to stop civil marriage equality in Maine. Perhaps more than any other this cycle, they really have made no attempt to hide their nakedly faith-driven rationale for standing in the way of the church/state separation that is [a] fundamental to the way we handle marriages in this nation (i.e. civil licensing + ceremony with whatever degree of religiosity the participants choose) and [b] so crucial to our American way of life in general.

Here's (twice married) campaign co-head Bob Emrich:


[Faith Matters in Maine—11/5]

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