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03/20/2014

Even Maggie Gallagher admits our gains = 'a lot more freedom'

by Jeremy Hooper

Pat yourselves on the back, folks. Because we have been so successful in beating back the agenda she do fully hoped to inscribe into American policy at the federal level, Maggie Gallagher now has "more freedom"!

That and other revelations (I love how she admits boycotts don't work while NOM continues to push their failed Starbucks one) from Lila Shapiro's new interview with the NOM co-founder:

Leading Gay Marriage Opponent On Losing The Battle: 'I Have A Lot More Freedom Now' [HuffPo]

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