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12/17/2012

And Brian Brown brings up the rear with negative sixteen points

by Jeremy Hooper

U.S News and World Reports is hosting another online debate around marriage equality, this one focused on whether the question to be left to the states. This is how the leader board looks right now (1:51 PM on 12/17):

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Go read and vote here: Should Same Sex Marriage Be Left to the States? [UsNews.com]

This one is interesting, because Brian actually takes the same "no" position as how pro-equality opponents. Except, of course, Brian's federal government view only goes one way: the way that makes legal strangers of qualified couples and makes a lie out of a nation's equal rights promises.

Fortunately, it's an untenable take that earns Brian a negative sixteen points (as of this writing). Foreshadowing for his key court losses in the coming year, perhaps?

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