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09/09/2013

IL Family Institute erects wholly unpersuasive billboards

by Jeremy Hooper

From the (incredibly incendiary) group leading the charge to stop marriage equality in the Land of Lincoln:

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[IFI]

A few things.

  1. Jesus is not a member of the state House of Representatives. (*At least I don't think so. Can someone in Springfield send me the latest roll call? K, thanks).

  2. Jesus is not a required component of any person's civil marriage. That's true for people who do not couple their civil license with faith; it's true for those faiths that do not hold Jesus as their Messiah.

  3. The reality of males and females is not even kind of a case against gay couples marrying (i.e. I married a man because I recognize and like men).

But it is a nice silhouette of a fancifully dress straight couple gearing up for a dance. Perhaps a bridal boutique can paper over the messaging and salvage the board for its upcoming sale.

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