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05/29/2014

NOM's silly little pro-discrimination march gets its first member of Congress

by Jeremy Hooper

Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS1), who has put anti-LGBT policy front and center of his agenda during his three years in the U.S. House, has signed up to speak at the National Organization For Marriage's upcoming "March for Marriage [Discrimination]":

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[March for Marriage speakers]

Because I'm sure that's exactly what his constituents back home are begging for him to do: show up on a random Thursday in June and speak on behalf of an organization with a nonstop losing streak at a purposeless event with no clear goal or reason for being other than animus toward certain kinds of citizens. Right? I mean, if there's anything people are seeking more of out of Washington, it's time-wasting and needless division.

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