That's not because he doesn't support the LGBT cause. Instead, Jansen points out that by letting groups like the Minnesota Child Protection League espouse their hurtful views, media outlets like the Strib give them enough rope to hang themselves, so to speak.
Here's what Jansen said:
@atrupar Not sure that they got that one wrong.
@atrupar It's a slippery slope situation - when does a publication censor one side of an active policy debate?-- Dennis Jansen (@dennisjansen) September 29, 2014
Reflecting on the experience of marriage equality becoming law in Minnesota, we have to say -- he has a point.
@atrupar We were able to change the marriage convo because we let the nutcases be heard &discredited- Why we should allow ads like this.-- Dennis Jansen (@dennisjansen) September 29, 2014
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