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02/10/2014

Indiana's pro-discrimination group: Act now to make life harder for certain kinds of kids!

by Jeremy Hooper

This is a fear graphic that Indiana's pro-discrimination group, the Indiana Family Institute, is using to rally its troops in support of a nasty marriage amendment:

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[IFI]

Hey, your printer must have accidentally added some erroneous words, IFI. Clearly you meant to say forsakes Indiana's kids, since that's what discrimination always does.

Please correct the error before the big pro-bias rally that you're hosting in the statehouse.

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