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12/04/2012

FRC: Gay weddings make straight soldiers cry

by Jeremy Hooper

To properly denounce lesbian veterans who are lucky enough to find love, the ever-adult Family Research Council chose to run a graphic of a male soldier with a tear running down his face:

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[Full hit piece here]

Could be tears of joy, I guess. I mean, I cried like a baby at my own wedding. Emotional stuff, that.

Although something tells me reverence for the day was not FRC's intended takeaway. Not sure what makes me say that. Must be their decades of daily derision for people who aren't like them.

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