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01/18/2006

CWA: Why is it acceptable to 'demean' Christians, immoral homo?

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Concerned Women for America:

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Though in CWA's defense, they did say the church was the last "politically correct punching bag." Homo shunning, while unfortunately supported by many, would, by most accounts, not fall under the "politically correct" banner. Though unlike being rendered a "punching bag" via a televised portrayal of one sort of Christian family, we're pretty sure that being made a "human pummel sack" via insults, Hell-casting, and actual throwing of fists, is a much more hurtful form of the concept.

Hey CWA: Just as Jack McFarlane and Will Truman aren't meant to represent all homos, "Daniel" isn't intended to speak for all churchgoing Americans. The show merely offers a satirical glimpse into one particular Christian family -- watch, laugh, or turn the d*mn thing off. Just please stop parlaying every bit of everything that exists anywhere at anytime in any realm on any planet into an attack on "the gays." We're far too busy destroying the rest of society, corrupting marriage, and causing natural disasters to deal with such TV frivolity.

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