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10/24/2013

Photo: IL marriage protestor confuses condemnation, smear quotes for civil policy debate

by Jeremy Hooper

Another shot from yesterday's "defend marriage" rally in Springfield, Illinois, which the host organization is proudly promoting on its Facebook page:

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[SOURCE: IL Family Institute]

A personally-held, cherry-picked, loosely interpreted faith condemnation printed on poster board—how ever will we compete with that!?

Oh yeah, with the constitution and its guarantees. Almost forgot.

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