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09/03/2014

It's fitting that Tony Perkins called to mind a boggy marsh...

by Jeremy Hooper

...in his assessment of the Louisiana marriage ruling:

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Because the Reagan-appointed Judge Feldman's opinion, filled with language like "lifestyle choices" and fear claims about children, is is about as clear and easy to navigate as the titular bayou. Perfect punning, T-Dog!

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