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03/13/2013

Smite their rights: Indiana Family Institute not willing to compromise on any partnership recognition

by Jeremy Hooper

The head of the Indiana Family Institute says he will not allow domestic partnerships or civil unions to come to his state because LGBT activists are not fit for compromise (or any rights, apparently):

"Support for creating special rights based on sexual preferences of any kind is a gift in the Left’s war on marriage. You cannot be pro-“civil unions” and pro-marriage. If marriage is to be protected, creating these sorts of legal structures meant for compromise with “GLBT” activists must be avoided."

—Indiana Family Institute head Ryan McCann, writing for Focus on the Family's Citizenlink

It's cute that he thinks it's ultimately up to him or anyone who holds a similar job. Adorable, really.

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