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07/13/2010

Video: Sprigg's suggested both jail and deportation -- but yea, it's probably knowledge that's the real enemy [::sigh, eye roll::]

by Jeremy Hooper

For many months, we've shown you the TV appearances where the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg suggested that gay people should either be criminalized or exported or both:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

*SOURCE: MSNBC

Now let's add to that pile (and what a pile it is): Sex education will turn kids gay:


(H/t: J.M.G.)

The ones most in need are the least likely to hear. History = repeat.

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