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01/28/2014

On day of rally, Utah's anti-equality coalition frames pro-equality side as 'evil' #standwithchildren

by Jeremy Hooper

In addition to choosing a headlining speaker who claims gay parents are the modern equivalent to slaveowners and that the LGBT movement is to blame for gay teen suicides, the anti-equality coalition that is rallying today at the Utah state capitol is also framing our marriages and our movement as "evil":

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[Celebrate Marriage Utah]

It's likely that evidence-weighing courts will ultimately decide the Utah matter. That being the case—please proceed with your obvious animus, kiddos!

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*Oh, and "the enemy" as well:

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