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09/02/2008

Pete at Minn. bash, bashing men who are into men

by Jeremy Hooper

200809021222Prolific "pro-family" dude Peter Labarbera has announced that he will be on hand at this week's Republican National Convention. And why, you ask? Well, so that he can educate folks on Barack Obama's "pro-homosexual advocacy," natch:

Obama is 'Radically Pro-Abortion, Radically Pro-Homosexual,' Says Republican Pro-Family Group at GOP Convention [Christian Newswire]

We would ourselves head to St. Paul to film Pete trying to convince a room full of Republicans to vote against both the Democratic candidate and gay rights. Unfortunately, however, our friend Barack is coming over to help us sew Pride flags for our gay wedding.

::sigh:: We always miss the good choir-preachings.

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I guess Pete doesn't read the NYT. He might find that He Doesn's Hate Gays Enough may not sell to the audience as well as he suspects.

http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2008/09/01/us/politics/20080901_POLL_GRAPHIC.html

Posted by: Timothy | Sep 2, 2008 7:51:30 PM

The article link is out of date now.
To update the link to their current website: http://www.christiannewswire.com/news/532527707.html

Posted by: Al Fox | Dec 4, 2008 3:51:34 PM

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