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02/04/2014

E.W. 'there's direct connection btw homosexuality & pedophilia' Jackson rallies against marriage equality in Virginia

by Jeremy Hooper

Pictured: Victoria Cobb from the Family Foundation of Virginia; Alison Howard from Concern Women For America; Josh Duggar from Family Research Council Action and 19 Kids and Counting; and E.W. Jackson...

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[TFFVA]

...from comments like these:


*Source: Faith 2 Action 4/6/10

[FULL: AFTAH]

This foursome was gathered in Norfolk, VA, supposedly to "protect marriage." But let's be adults here: their cause, as evidenced by its inclusion of Jackson, wants to go well beyond our ring fingers.

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*A sign from this same rally:

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[via J.M.G.]

They have no intention of stopping at marriage, folks. Know that. Say that. Call it out.

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