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02/14/2013

Illinois Family Institute's predictably fair, measured, rational reply to Senate passage of marriage bill

by Jeremy Hooper

For the aggressively anti-gay Illinois Family Institute, it's either civil marriage equality or the (stock photo) family:

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Not even leaving room for a tie? Really? They're just going to go ahead and declare there to be one eventual "winner" and "loser," even though we have on-the-ground evidence in nine other states where both families and states have survived? Seems like a weird bet to make.

Then again, they did leave off the question marks. Perhaps they are really just making some sort of declarative statements about the band The Who. You know stock photo families never care for Baba O'Riley.

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