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10/11/2013

What Paul, Rubio, Ryan, et al. are tacitly supporting

by Jeremy Hooper

The Values Voter Summit, where so many elected conservatives are speaking today and throughout the weekend, remains a staunchly pro-"ex-gay" event:

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SOURCE: Ben Jacobs

They want to "change" us. As in, they don't want us existing as ourselves. Despite all credible science, they think it is perfectly okay to tell folks that the millions of LGBT people who populate this world are in need of "fixing." In fact, they think it's their duty.

And conservatives call it "values voting."

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