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11/22/2005

'Family' folks make accusations; we make Photoshop ridiculousness

by Jeremy Hooper

Responding to this past weekend's Gay & Lesbian Leadership Conference in Seattle, WA, Joe Glover, president of the Family Policy Network, tells Focus on the Family's CitizenLink news site:

"This is just another example of homosexual activists wanting to push their private, immoral behavior into the public realm and make a statement with it,"..."What we're seeing now is a willingness to codify those cultural norms that are emerging into law."

A claim that is, of course, totally nuts. After all, assuming homosexual sex is what Mr. Glover is calling "private, immoral behavior," an example of activists wanting to push this "into the public realm and make a statement with it" would look much more like this:

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Sheesh -- get it right, Mr. Glover.

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