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Political Science Professor and Blogger draws a conclusion like an artists drawing without pencil or paper.

This 'teacher' is EXACTLY the kind of person Yes On One Maine LOVES! He does a wonderful job of jumping DIRECTLY to the conclusions they wanted him to with their vague inferences! Outstanding!:
"This recent ad from Stand for Marriage Maine makes a valid accusation against the Equality Maine organizers, namely, that Equality Maine had tried to push homosexual teaching in Maine schools back in 2005. [note NOTHING about schools in the first part of the video, the connection is all his] In 2009, of course, they push for same sex marriage and push acceptance to neuter marriage where man and woman become meaningless attributes."

Where the hell does this guy teach, Wild Unfounded JumpInLogic University? If this guy got THAT from THIS video, there's a bridge in Brooklyn AND I'll start the bidding at $500,000! What a deal!





...I never said I was selling the bridge in Brooklyn. This is called a jump in logic. I figured that this guy was pretty damn good at those, so he'd be an easy sell.

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