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01/15/2014

So what, Tony—you all are going to picket outside our weddings with gruesome signs and scream at people as they enter?

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course a man who makes his living off "culture wars" wants this to be true:

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Except not. At all. A majority of Americans don't want to ban love or even to make it "safe, legal, and rare."

Supporting LGBT human beings, our families, and our deserved freedoms is the truly pro-life (no smear quotes necessary) position.

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*My earlier take on the subject: They're desperate to turn marriage cases into modern-day Roe; it's 95% political and 100% ridiculous [G-A-Y]

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