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02/07/2006

Good thing her name isn't Britney Bazookas...

by Jeremy Hooper

From Agape Press, regarding the American Family Association's (successful ?) efforts to get a "Will & Grace" concept (featuring Britney Spear) pulled:

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Really? They were planning to "attack" Christians? We could have sworn they were just gonna portray a conservative Christian character in a satirical way. After all, it's not like they were gonna accuse a drugstore chain of supporting a gay event in order to increase their sales of HIV drugs; threaten a drug manufacturer, car rental company, or major automobile producer with a boycott due to their running of ads featuring gay couples in LGBT publications; create a video that says gays can and should change, despite the fact that one of the men portrayed in the video himself admits it's bullsh*t; or any of the other numerous confrontations that the AFA, CWA, FOF, TVC, or any of their conservative cronies have chucked the gays' way.

Not that we'd even call any of those "attacks," per se, though they are certainly more along the lines of assault than is the idea of Mullally or Hayes gently Messing with the population sect who tends to think their televised existences to be indecent.

NBC Abandons Plan to Attack Christians With Spears [Agape]

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