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04/15/2013

ADF reminds North Carolinians of the theocratic ban that violates civil freedoms

by Jeremy Hooper

This month, the magazine of the anti-LGBT Alliance Defending Freedom is running a profile of the team that ultimately tarnished the North Carolina constitution with civil discrimination with one of the most faith-based campaigns to ever reach any state. The piece, noxiously titled "The Good Fight," largely focuses on Tami Fitzgerald and Patrick Wooden, two North Carolinians who have made it clear that their agenda is both wholly religious and driven by personal rejection of homosexuality itself (see Tami's rhetoric here; Patrick's rhetoric here). These two and all others quoted in the piece make it clear that personal theology led (and Pyrrhically "won") the day:

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THE REPORT: The Good Fight [ADF magazine]

Take that, crucial separations that are fundamental to our American way of life!

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