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07/29/2013

Illinois' top 'protect marriage' guy: I'm fighting 'immoral LGBT lifestyle'

by Jeremy Hooper

David Smith, the president of what is probably the most extreme of any of the state family policy groups working today (the Southern Poverty Law Center designates his Illinois Family Institute as a hate group), continues admitting that his current marriage campaign is actually a fight against "the immoral LGBT lifestyle":

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Bring it to the House floor! When this marriage bill comes back up for debate (and it will, and soon), our side must seize the opportunity that the main group fighting the bill is handing us on a silver platter. Daily, the IFI is calling us immoral, equating our families with child abuse, claiming we can and should "change," and waging a full-on onslaught against our psyches. They aren't even pretending their fight stops at marriage, and neither should we!

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