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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Margaret Carlson
Moderator Margaret Carlson said homosexuals "were once invisible both in our communities and on the political landscape" but are now "visible and valued" and "a force at the ballot box."
"As we all know by now, the accusation arises from Obama's own admission in his modern Horatio Alger tale, 'Dreams From My Father,' published long before he became a presidential candidate, that he tried cocaine as a teenager," Miss Carlson said.