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Yesterday’s pro-discrimination press conference

Both Mark Binker and Greg Flynn have posted videos of yesterday’s GOP press conference in support of their anti-same sex marriage constitutional amendment.

If you want to get your blood boiling to start the day, tune in to watch House Majority Leader Paul Stam: compare same sex marriage to polygamy and incest (in the past he’s also included “bestiality”); allege that “biology” dictates that we deny same sex couples the right to marry (it would’ve been interesting if someone had asked him to explain that one); and claim that all social science shows that allowing same sex marriage is bad for children.

Disclaimer: Policy Watch is not responsible for any damage you may inflict upon your computer screen or any fragile items nearby as you watch/listen to this drivel.

One Comment


  1. david esmay

    August 31, 2011 at 8:55 am

    Paul Stam is a moron. That’s all I have to say about that.

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