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    • John Stevenson

      So...remember how embarrassed you were when you realized that your grandparents supported George Wallace? Now haters...imagine how your grandchildren will feel when they see your facebook posts about how gay marriage is "wrong" and all that shit. P.S.-George Wallace recanted later in life. Food for thought.

    • Tracy Angstadt

      equal rights so true

    • Christie Fritsche

      this is so true. I'm all for gay marriage

    • Jesse Little

      Again this is another powerful image. It refers to the protests against civil rights in the 1960's and the protests against gay marriage today. What this meme is saying is that the people of today are going to look stupid in 40 years because gay marriage will probably be legal by then, just as the borders of racism are crumbling today as we have already elected an African American president.

    • Megan Murray

      True. The truth is, it's not just the homosexual rights. It's human rights that we're still fighting for. We've been fighting for equality since the inception of the United States.

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