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05/19/2014

Read: Arkansas Family Council's (go-nowhere) advice for countering pro-equality ruling

by Jeremy Hooper

Begin by asking God to become a warrior for conservative politics, then acquaint yourself and disseminate the very spin that keeps losing in courts of law. This is the basic advice of the Arkansas Family Council, the state org. dedicated to keeping discrimination in state law, as they consider how to counter Judge Chris Piazza's recent decision smacking down bad policy:

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[Ark. Fam. Council]

8. Don't be surprised if God's all like, "Yeah, no. I put those people on earth because I wanted them there. Who died and made you me?"

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