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05/22/2013

Equal #BoyScout opponents don't want to hear how anti-gay their allies are

by Jeremy Hooper

The "On My Honor" coalition is proudly touting the backing of the American Family Association, once of the most legitimately hostile anti-LGBT groups working today. So since it is the day before the big vote, I thought I'd give them some pragmatic advice:

Mine
[On My Honor BSA]

My comment was deleted.

Seconds later, another Facebooker mirrored my comment and posted it with his own Eagle Scout identification:

Second
[On My Honor BSA]

His comment has been deleted.

Fair enough. But there's no honor in forcible echo chambers.

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