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11/18/2013

Attendee at Peter LaBarbera's fundraiser: 'I'm a very proud bigot and I'm here!'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Windy City Times brings this piece of color from outside Peter LaBarbera's weekend banquet:

In one heated moment, a man walking into the building approached the [pro-LGBT demonstrators].

"Bigots go home!" the crowd yelled.

"I'm a very proud bigot and I'm here!" yelled back the man, who identified himself to Windy City Times as Jim Finnegan from Barrington, Ill.

FULL REPORT: Demonstrators protest anti-gay fall banquet [Windy City Times]

One must have goals.

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*A pic from the small gathering:

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