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10/10/2013

Anti-gay leaders already trying to convince GOP that discrimination is way to 2016 victory

by Jeremy Hooper

Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are today attending a closed door meeting with Tony Perkins, Janet Parshall, Gary Bauer, and other anti-LGBT conservatives. NY Times reports:

A group of longtime Christian conservative activists are holding a private meeting Thursday in Washington to hear informal presentations from two of the most talked-about potential Republican presidential candidates: Senators Ted Cruz of Texas, and Rand Paul of Kentucky.
KEEP READING: Christian Conservatives to Meet Cruz and Rand Paul [NYT Caucus Blog]

The group is calling itself "Conservatives of Faith." Although more observant members of a changing GOP are starting to call the coalition by another name: "Liability."

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