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Illinois' top 'protect marriage' group posts pic calling homosexuality 'crime against nature'

by Jeremy Hooper

And now this from the Illinois Family Institute, the state family policy group most determined to help our side win. The pragmatism-averse org. proudly posted this pic of one of its supporters at one of its rallies:

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[IFI's official Facebook page]

Considering the millions of gay people who naturally exist, I'm not expecting nature to file a lawsuit any time soon. But don't be surprised if just a few more on-the-fence lawmakers use signs like this insightful one to stake their claims against an increasingly hostile anti-equality movement.

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