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Commenting on a faith-based constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage in Tennessee, Melissa Snarr, a professor of society and ethics at Vanderbilt University, told the press, "There are only a handful of biblical references on human sexuality, but there are hundreds of references on economic injustice ... but you don't see anybody rallying for a constitutional ban on poverty." That's because the poor, who scrub our toilets, dig our ditches, and provide our armed services with expendable cannon fodder, are a necessary evil. -- Chris Davis Plante: How It Looks

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