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Santorum Speaks at N.H. Restore Marriage Rally

Santorum Speaks at N.H. Restore Marriage Rally

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Efforts by the Family Research Council to repeal marriage equality in New Hampshire received the support of presidential candidate Rick Santorum, who spoke Wednesday before a crowd of about three dozen people at a Holiday Inn parking lot in downtown Concord.

"Our country is not founded on the individual," Santorum said, according to the Concord Monitor. "It is founded on the basic unit of society, which is the family. You don't want to found your society on individuals, because that's like founding a house on grains of sand."

The Restore Marriage Rally was part of the FRC's Values Voter Bus Tour.

"We're going to let bygones be bygones," National Organization for Marriage northeast regional coordinator Christopher Plante said of the New Hampshire legislature's passage of a marriage equality bill in 2009. "And we're going to look in January and say, you're going to be the first in the nation to legislatively repeal homosexual marriage."

Read the report here.

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