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06/16/2014

#March4Marriage musician says it's his responsibility to promote discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

Unfortunate choice:

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If you find it your responsibility to join an organization that has vowed to "drive a wedge between gays and blacks" in order to foster discrimination in America, then yes, Alex—you might get some backlash. At least you seem to realize that.

Just wait until someone photographs your band performing behind one of the undoubtedly terrible signs that will be on site (because they *always* are). That will be a real keepsake for the group's archives!

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