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04/17/2009

Video: Pat Buchanan starring in the same wordy melodrama he's staged for decades

by Jeremy Hooper

The man who's often credited with coining the term "culture war" faces off with a man who's sick of the rhetorical nonsense:

At this point, the far-right's takes on our lives and loves are like science fiction. We find ourselves listening with interest, waiting to see what the mean little Earth-hating aliens are gonna do next.

Hardball - 4/16 [MSNBC]

**Think Pat's bad now? Well have a glimpse into Buchanan's "sick and sordid" past.

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Your thoughts

Buchanan lets it slip with the phrase "sexual relationship". He FEELS that gay sex is un-natural. I'm sure there are a number of biologists that would take issue with what is natural and what isn't.

Why does Buchanan feel that way? The reason is none other than religious belief.

Posted by: Tony P | Apr 17, 2009 3:30:31 PM

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