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01/13/2014

#HJR3 defense: ADF's Fiedorek won't answer simple question; NOM pal Bopp can't believe victims of intolerance are so 'intolerant'

by Jeremy Hooper

Despite traveling around the nation testifying in favor of "traditional marriage," the Alliance Defending Freedom's Kellie Fiedorek didn't feel she had a responsibility to share her own "definition of marriage. But that paled in comparison to James Bopp, the lawyer who has long been aligned with NOM and whose team members helped NOM create its ActRight Legal offshoot, decry, without any apparent irony, the "people that [sic] are so intolerant of other people’s views."

RawSory brings us the clip from today's House judiciary hearing on the Indiana marriage amendment:


Indiana House chamber bursts into laughter after speaker calls LGBT people ‘intolerant’ [RawStory]

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