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Sep 21, 2012


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Phoenix Woman

This sums it up:

"So why why does Parrish and Company play the victim and evoke a sense of injured merit that would make even Milton's most moving literary character blush?

Call it the Vote Yes Conundrum. They must protest so much about being called bigots, that they're being oppressed, because, as the letters show -- the part of their base that is most excited is excited in ways that are kind of mean and, well, bigoted.
M4M's most excited supporters can't help themselves. They keep writing letters citing scripture that Andy Parrish called "garbage." And hence, the need for the distraction, the nurturing of the sense of injured merit. Victims, all--nevermind the overflow of the recycling bins. "

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