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HomoQuotable - Andrew Pierce

"Despite the opposition of every major faith group — notably the Catholic Church — [Prime Minister] Cameron is arrogantly pressing ahead with an issue which excites his chums in the metropolitan elite, but which disregards the sentiments of millions of ordinary people who, as poll after poll has shown, are against it. Even some of the Prime Minister’s admirers concede that the policy has less to do with offering equality to the gay community and more to do with decontaminating the allegedly ‘toxic’ Tory brand. Perhaps the Prime Minister has calculated that anyone who stands up and argues against his proposals will be branded a homophobe and a bigot. Well, Mr Cameron, I am a Conservative and a homosexual, and I oppose gay marriage. Am I a bigot?" - Daily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce, in a column published yesterday.

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