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02/12/2013

Gallagher & Blankenhorn now bickering like old married couple (that used to fight gays' marriages together)

by Jeremy Hooper

--Robert Oscar Lopez, whose career is now fully built around knocking same-sex parents, did his reliably hostile shtick.

--David Blankenhorn, the one-time Prop 8 witness turned marriage equality proponent, feels compelled to say that he "is repulsed by what Lopez says and the way he says it."

--Maggie Gallagher then steps in and appoints herself both Lopez' defense attorney and Blankenhorn's appalled critic:

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The whole epic—a tale of former comrades, a changing world, and the rising hostility that's beginning to define a waning movement—plays out here: Family Scholars blog (h/t: Str8Grandmother)

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