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03/20/2013

Audio: Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH4) says reaction to pro-equality rulings will, should be 'explosive'

by Jeremy Hooper

Congressman Jim Jordan, speaking to a man who has done everything he can to turn the LGBT rights conversation "explosive," is already laying the groundwork for an America with full marriage equality. It should be "explosive," teases the Republican Rep:


[SOURCE: Perkins Live, 3/20/13]

Love how Tony clarifies for "our liberal friends who are listening." If you ask me, it's not his "liberal friends" who Tony should worry about mistaking the tone and heart behind the GOP Congressman's deliberate pot-stirring.

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