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By JGillman, Section News
Is this something you agreed to?
Examine this list (being presented as a press release by Brad Fingeroot) closely. You know someone on here. Your kids, grand kids, The paperboy. Perhaps spanking had become passe too soon?
The young people on the list below do not support the platform of the Republican party, yet claim to be Republican. The young people on the list below have declared it more expedient in order to win elections to refute any policy based on principle. They apparently support homosexual relationships, more so than the family unit, which statistically makes society stronger, and individuals more resilient.
This is the future of the Michigan GOP, or so they claim; these young Republicans, encouraged into signing a petition because real conservatives won't acknowledge homosexual activity is OKEY DOKEY. Because traditions are what they call the "Democracy of the dead".
These corrupted youngsters in their average 20 or so years age range know better than you old fuddy duddy racists and bigot conservatives in the old Republican party. They don't need you. BIGOTS
They are the new Republican. And their message is below the fold
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