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      house Committees
      House Committee on Foreign Affairs
      Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations
      House Committee on Energy and Commerce
      Health
      House Committee on Education and the Workforce
    IntroducedMay 17th, 2013
    OH, PLEASE! Not unless you're planning on passing a resolution supporting the goals and ideals of an International Day Against Christian-phobia, Bible-phobia, Gun-phobia, Straight-phobia, Trump-phobia, and Conservative-phobia! QUIT WASTING CONGRESS' TIME WITH STUPID STUFF LIKE THIS! Good thing this died in committee!
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    People have the right not to support subjects that they are against. Who ever thinks you can make people support some cause such as this is seriously sick, give me a break!
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    Homosexuality is not a race, it is not a creed or religion. It is nothing more than aberrant social behavior that is chosen to be indulged in by a person of free will.
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    You better look up the principles this country was founded on, are you idiots or do you play up to ever piece of lying evil crap coming down the road?!!!!
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    Pure idiocy! You've got to wonder how they even think this stuff up! You've also got to wonder who votes for these people!
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    This smacks of the Special Gay Rights initiative, which would doom religious liberty in this country. Don't EVER bring this up again!
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    This feels like an opiate dreamt up for our political collective. Assigning meanings to days won't make those days less meaningless. The whole of the U.S.'s political spectrum needs to stop focusing on how powerless we feel, and start focusing on what we can accomplish. Individuals would benefit more than our current nonsensical desire for a government show of support. Even when people end up working against eachother, the equalling out that takes place in voting booths translates to interaction in the real world.
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