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07/09/2013

Video: Matt Barber vows to connect anti-equality movement with lawlessness, defiance, flouting of civil policy

by Jeremy Hooper

Matt Barber won't let no stinkin' law tell him what to do. Right Wing Watch brings us the clip:

Judging by his retweet of this video, Matt surely likes the notoriety that ridiculousness like this brings his way. But you know who doesn't like it? Any and every politically pragmatic member of his "traditional marriage" movement.

Oh, and I'm not just saying that, either. Members of his movement have confirmed my suspicions about their lack of regard for his (and others') rhetoric.

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