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01/08/2007

Concerned Women find new concerned man

by Jeremy Hooper

Img4297E7C83Ba21Well, the Concerned Women For America have finally found a replacement for recently-departed, gay-decrying spokesmouth Robert Knight. Their selection? J. Matt Barber (pic.), the man who became a "pro-family" God back in 2005 when he was fired from his job at AllState Insurance after it was learned that he wrote an extremely gay-unfriendly column for The Conservative Voice.

Wow -- one company's grounds for termination is another's basis for promotion! Funny how business works. But welcome to the party, J. Matt! We look forward to taking a J. bat to your gay unfriendly claims!

Rumor has it that CWA hired Barber after hearing that AllState had deemed him a "liability," as "lie ability" is the number one requirement to work for their anti-gay organization.

CWA Welcomes Matt Barber [CWA]

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