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04/21/2010

BREAKING: American Family Association viciously slurs 'sick queers'

by Jeremy Hooper

To highlight a new article where Focus on the Family's Carrie Gordon Earrll teams up with outrageously over-the-top homo-hostile Matt Barber to condemn President Obama's memo to the Department of Health and Human Services directing that America's hospitals secure visitation rights and medical decision-making powers to same-sex partners, the American Family Association's One News Now site decided to attach an accompanying audio piece. They also decidedly labeled said piece with an outright slur:

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http://www.onenewsnow.com/uploadedFiles/CHARLIESICKQRSVOICER.mp3
*The print piece: ONN

Yes that's right: "Charlie-Sick-Qrs-Voicer." "Charlie" being the name of the reporter, Charlie Butts. "Voicer" being the kind of report that he filed. We think you can figure out what "Sick-QRS" stands for.

The mask is falling away, folks. You just have to know how to cut through the carefully orchestrated spin.

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***MORE: They seem to actually love doing this. Here are some other recent eyebrow raisers:

Can't you just imagine them strutting around the office, patting each other on the backs for their strokes of comedic "brilliance"?

Ugh. Simply detestable.

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