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12/17/2008

Video: Oh, yep, you betcha the flawed idea that gays can be cured was in the bulletin -- what's the big deal?

by Jeremy Hooper

Because you've surely missed her so much:

Lots of Fargo-esque words that do nothing to change one simple fact: HER CHURCH ADVERTISED FOR AN "EX-GAY" PROGRAM! Gov. Palin, like Pastor Kroon before her, can try to explain that fact away all they want. But until they listen to actual gay people's explanations about how wrong-headed, unscientific, offensive, and dangerous the "gays can change" movement really is, their explanations will continue to be in vain.

But good to hear from ya again, S.P.

Palin defends her church's promotion of event aimed at 'healing' homosexuality [YouTube]
(H/t: Towle)

**EARLIER: Video: Some of my best friends are choosers [G-A-Y]

**ALSO: Our complete Palin archive

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