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Nick had it here first. That particular story seen today for the first time in over a year finally has a bit of conclusion to it.
As Worldnet Daily, and WILX news report, the type of behavior seen over two years ago by the radical Pro-homosexual group bash back is not protected speech. It is NOT acceptable to invade churches, yell profanities, scare children, and defile those sanctuaries with tossed about condoms and violent actions.
The announcement at the time that they were intent on confrontation with conservative church goers:
"I can tell you that we are targeting a well-known anti-queer, anti-choice radical right wing establishment."Left no doubt that absent capitulation by god fearing families in this state, their agenda would be heard, and accepted.
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Essentially the question being asked by SEIU local 526M to its membership in a friendly letter today.
The letter talks about the townhall meetings organized by the SEIU Corrections to "educate lawmakers" about what a tough job corrections workers have. The lead-in is an innocent enough representative greeting by a union that has as its interest a defensive posture of correction worker jobs and the benefits therein.
Then a little bit of intellectual waterboarding pops up. (click on the image to see the entire document)
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