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03/26/2010

Audio: Matt seeks safety in numbers

by Jeremy Hooper

Matt Barber is continuing his quest of putting every single conservative and/or Christian group who speaks against homosexuality in any capacity in the exact same boat as those relatively few who have managed to meet or exceed the Southern Poverty Law Center's high threshold of scrutiny:









*SOURCE: CWA

Matt can think this reflects poorly on SPLC all he wants. But I can guarantee you one thing based on my own personal knowledge and dealings: There are now socially conservative staffers in DC, Colorado Springs, and across the nation who want Matt to pipe down much more than we do! And they are certainly not "having fun" with the idea that they are now also on any sort of SPLC list, just because one certain man who works for none of them has found himself on one.

**Let's not forget:
Peter Labarbera's actions have caught the SPLC's attention on two separate, independent occasions.

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May the weight of all those extra bigots cause the crazy boat to sink and everyone on board drown or get eaten by metaphor sharks. The fearsome creatures that circle every metaphorical boat used to describe people sharing common situations.

Posted by: JT | Mar 26, 2010 2:46:23 PM

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