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06/30/2008

And odd-seeming Salem residents are witches, too

by Jeremy Hooper

200806301033Are we gays disabled? Such is the assertion of one mister Peter J. Wirs, who writes in a new TownHall column:

If, arguendo, gays and lesbians are subject to discrimination, there is more than adequate legal protection to prevent such discrimination, primarily through ADA, the Americans with Disability Act. (Yes, homosexuality is a disability, but this is a subject for another column).

How retro.

So where can one find the other column wherein Mr. Wirs will discuss the "disability" known as homosexuality? Well, naturally, that'll appear in the oh-so-reputable publication:

screw-science-conservative-magazine

Look for the mag wherever convenient theories are sold.

Same-Sex What? by Peter J. Wirs [TownHall]

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Your thoughts

I went to his homepage from your link and look at one of his accomplishments:
Pete Wirs is the first and only elected Republican officeholder from Pennsylvania to be elected to a ACLU Chapter Board

Posted by: Randy | Jun 30, 2008 10:44:05 AM

Sorry I thought I put in the following comment:
Does the ACLU know about that?

Posted by: Randy | Jun 30, 2008 11:00:05 AM

Makes one wonder if we can get rid of religious discrimination laws for the same reasoning...

Posted by: Joel | Jun 30, 2008 11:04:03 AM

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