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06/27/2014

Hysterical fear ad targeting Houston nondiscrimination ordinance: 'Young & The Restless' theme, obviously made up claims, pubic hair

by Jeremy Hooper

A coalition calling itself "No Unequal Rights" is attempting to repeal the LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance that the Houston city council passed in May. Here is the unintentionally hilarious ad they are hoping will accomplish this task:

Riiiight, discriminators. You just happened to find a McDonald's worker with the perfect story who was ready and willing to record her voice for political purposes. How fortuitous for you!

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