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08/18/2014

Right on equal rights, from the right

by Jeremy Hooper

Paul Singer, who has been key to securing marriage equality in New York and elsewhere, is putting his money toward elephant-riders headed toward history's right side:

WASHINGTON — A Republican group tied to hedge fund billionaire Paul Singer plans to spend at least $2 million up to Election Day to boost congressional candidates who share its views in favor of gay rights.
KEEP READING: GOP super PAC plans gay-rights push this fall [USA Today]

A refreshing change from the 99% of GOP super PACS, which spend their millions researching new and improved ways to turn LGBT rights into the political equivalent of the horse shit their backed candidates stepped in during their county fair campaign stops.

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