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03/14/2014

Does this mean we get free, unfettered access to Disneyland? Cool.

by Jeremy Hooper

Infamous anti-LGBT activist Scott Lively tells the American Family Association's "news" outlet:

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It was tough for us to scrape up the down payment. The monthly maintenance costs, however, are surprisingly reasonable. Much smarter investment in the long run to buy than it is to rent (which we're currently doing with Virginia and Iowa).

Although I don't blame Mr. Lively for feeling threatened. If the anti-LGBT movement were a Monopoly board and his rhetoric was currency, his years of improper engagement have left him with Baltic Avenue (at best).

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