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12/10/2012

Conservative thought leader cites discrimination's biggest foe: the aging process

by Jeremy Hooper

Every day that a new voter turns eighteen, the marriage equality movement inches a little closer to victory. This is not news to us.

The far-right, however, is a little less willing to admit this inconvenient truth. Shocking, then, that conservative thinker and icon George Will dared to note the obvious in a weekend punditry hit:

Relatedly, I hear the National Organization For Marriage will today pledge ten million dollars toward cryogenic freezing.

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