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01/14/2014

GOProud co-founder moves out of GOP's small, restrictive, still decidedly anti-gay tent

by Jeremy Hooper

Proud of my friend Jimmy LaSalvia, the GOProud co-founder who is publicly rebuking a party that has pretty much cast out people like him:

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MORE: No Party [JimmyLaSalvia.com]

The anti-LGBT wing, which still holds so much control, will surely be like, "good riddance!" And this same anti-LGBT wing will continue to cost the GOP national elections.

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