In case you had your head buried in sand, President Obama declared war on marriage. That sent Atlanta news crews scrambling for reaction. Thankfully, they found two smart gays to chew over the issue.
Cue 11Alive’s Brenda Wood – hey, girl, hey! – discussing Obama’s declaration with Georgia Voice Editor Laura Douglas-Brown and Jeff Graham, Georgia Equality’s executive director. Graham got airtime twice on Wednesday – during the station’s 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. broadcasts.
Too bad for 11Alive and its lack of marriage bigots, though. At least WSB found some dude. So did Jon Stewart.
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