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04/28/2014

Audio: Rep. Gohmert (Crazy-far-to-the-R–TX) says marriage equality will lead us to 'dustbin of history'

by Jeremy Hooper

Marriage equality will "lead your country down the road to the dustbin of history." It's just the latest profile in leadership from the member of Congress most determined to make the GOP seem like something other than a viable party of the future:

When it comes to whose stance future generations is more likely to sweep away, I'm quite willing to take my chances against the esteemed congressman.

But Gohmert's right that there's nothing new under the sun. Every viable minority group has faced off against pro-discrimination voices whose self-assuredness far outpaces merit.

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