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11/18/2013

'Courage' means telling your niece, nephew that their parents are less than equal?

by Jeremy Hooper

Sandy Rios, professional purveyor of anti-LGBT myths and discrimination, is thrilled with Liz Cheney for telling her sister that her family is not as worthy as others. Liz is a real profile in courage, claims Rios:

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[Sandy Rios]

Be sure to keep following Ms. Rios on Twitter so you can stay updated on the "admirable" lunch room bully who opposed the smaller kid's digestive system, the "brave" gossipy teen who divides her family with innuendo about their individual lifestyles, and the "courageous" nurse who adds an extra heaping of anguish to a traumatic injury by forcing the patient's closest kin to jump through several different hoops before joining them at their bedside.

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