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03/26/2013

Photo: You have to wake up *pretty* early to slip inequality by the US Constitution

by Jeremy Hooper

According to Twitterer Brenda Lenard, this is an assembly of people boarding a bus in Hickory, NC, so that they can join the National Organzation for Marriage at its pro-discrimination march in DC:

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Brenda Lenard [Twitter]

It reminds me of when I was a wee little boy, and I'd have to get up super early to board a charter bus for a field trip in some other city or even state. Except, you know—at this one, the people are pushing to make life less equal (i.e. more difficult) for future versions of that little boy.

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