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02/08/2010

Not right or straight or acute: Coral Ridge works 'obtuse' angle

by Jeremy Hooper
coral ridge"In reality, the rational basis for traditional marriage is abundant. It was designed by God, our biology makes that clear to all but the most obtuse, and studies show it provides the best environment for raising healthy children.

The only “animus” [in the federal Prop 8 trial] is between homosexual activists and the truth.
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-Coral Ridge Ministries

Yup, Coral Ridge Ministries just called you obtuse (i.e. slow, dim, dull) for defending perfectly natural biology, untruthful for standing on the legally justified side of the civil equality debate, unGodly for thinking you deserve civil marriage, and irrational for defending your own family traditions.

Holy mother of "is there a mirror in front of you?", that's a lot of role recasting! Next thing you know, they'll accuse us of being the ones named after a pinkish hill.

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Frankly, I could care less what Coral Ridge believes about marriage or anything else. I don't share their particular faith and they are welcome to believe as they choose in our society. Yet when it comes to imposing their beliefs on the rest of us through force of law, well that's where it gets annoying and must be stopped.

Posted by: John | Feb 9, 2010 12:28:11 PM

This Hate Group has a new spin doctor in Janet Shaw Crouse a find Georgia bigot with a tongue as sharp as a razor and the ability to twist the truth that is unequalled beyond Hitler's SS.
http://activecitizen54.wordpress.com/2010/02/09/the-cults-of-jesus-inc-talking-points/
I've stumbled across the opening video courtesy of JoeMyGod and did the work. These creatures are vile, repugnant and pushing these talking points. Make no mistake about the organization of the Cults of Jesus hate machine.

Posted by: Kevin Andrews | Feb 9, 2010 5:35:37 PM

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