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03/11/2014

Just two men determined to cost the GOP more elections

by Jeremy Hooper

Liberty Counsel's Matt Barber, fresh off classifying homosexuality as "squalid & feculent abuse of the reproductive & digestive systems," wrote a piece today essentially calling on far-right, anti-LGBT conservatives like himself to break away from the Republicans and form a third party. Family Research Council president Tony Perkins seems eager to join him down this pragmatic-draining path:

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"Please proceed, gentlemen," silently mumbles Hillary Clinton.

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