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05/03/2013

Video: Brian Brown continues to write off any state 'too blue' to be part of real America

by Jeremy Hooper

Twenty percent of our states (plus D.C.) now have civil marriage equality. Polls are heading one decided way. More than half of our U.S. Senators support full equality. And of yeah, America re-elected a President who is a fierce advocate on the issue.

But Brian Brown is still winning. Yeah huh! Here, he'll tell you so, coupled with an attempt to portray states like Washington, Maine, and Maryland as something other than American:

Oh, and on that last part about what motivates him? Keep in mind that this is the same man who, when Rhode Island passed marriage, directly compared families headed by same-sex couples with families that have been touched (/torn apart) by divorce and death." Yeah, that's totally loving, Brian. Kids of gays everywhere are just soaking up those loving vibes.

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