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The Dinner Table Debate

The video, for those of you who have a full hour to kill.


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Peaceful, yet intense -- I hope there will be more discussions like this in the future. The law should remain unbiased toward all responsible citizens. At the exact moment of 47:54, Brian Brown proves Dan Savage right when he says, " Just because you believe something is wrong, doesn't mean you make it illegal." I literally jumped out of my chair so I could replay those words to make sure I heard him correctly.
August 31, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDana Miller
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