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04/20/2009

Video: What, because only those with 'questionable sexual orientations' wish to keep our president alive?

by Jeremy Hooper

You know that DHS report that warns about the potential for right wing extremism to rise in this new Obama climate? The one that aims to protect us all? The one that matches similar studies charting left wing extremism? The one that should concern anyone, regardless of party affiliation, yet that has instead led the social conservatives to denounce it as nothing more than a work of liberal fiction? Yea, well, longtime figurehead of that faction, Pat Robertson, is now intimating that "questionable sexuality" might also be behind the perfectly fair, perfectly learned, perfectly eye-opening document:

But hey, at least he refers to it as an orientation. For the "gays choose their sexuality" social conservatives, that's actually a bit of progress.

Robertson: DHS Official Behind Extremism Report Must Be Someone Whose ‘Sexual Orientation…Is In Question’ [ThinkProgress]

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Your thoughts

"If you JAM up their telephone lines GOOD FOR YOU"

How can they advocate tying up phone lines at a government organization charged with protecting the safety of this nation and its citizens. What are they going to say if, on the off chance, their little stunt backfires and a person with a CREDIBLE national security tip can't get through?

-OH wait... blame those with questionable sexual orientation's and people that want abortion on demand.


Posted by: Jeff Chang | Apr 20, 2009 2:42:51 PM

I don't think anyone is home upstairs, even if they left a few lights on.

Posted by: zortnac | Apr 20, 2009 2:43:14 PM

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