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08/05/2013

Yup, Maggie—and a better country every time a state wins marriage equality!

by Jeremy Hooper

An interesting post from Maggie Gallagher, who actually seems to be applauding America's diversity:

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[SOURCE: NRO]

Oh, I'll totally admit it: this country is amazing! Good thing we either dodged (in the case of the Federal Marriage Amendment that Maggie championed) or are moving away from (in the case of DOMA, state bans, votes that go against us, bad court opinions, etc.) those attempts to weaken it.

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