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03/14/2013

AFA president claims 'common sense' tells us gays are 'immoral, unnatural and unhealthy'

by Jeremy Hooper

These are the kind of arguments that will really be in play when the Prop 8 and (so-called) Defense Of Marriage Act cases go before the Supreme Court, even though Paul Clement and his team of lawyers will surely work to mask the real mindset that drives his side:

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Personally, I hope that's the Prop 8 and DOMA defense teams' shared opening line: "Mr. Chief Justice and may it please the court: We should not normalize homosexual behavior." I'm more than confident about our odds in that, a debate which honestly embraces that which those of us who pay attention know to be at the root of the "protect marriage" game.

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