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07/09/2010

You seriously have to wonder if Regina Griggs is arguing with a mirror

by Jeremy Hooper

"It seems that Anne Murray is fond of over-the-top costumes," says pop star Lady Gaga.

"It seems that my local nun is obsessed with money," says magnate Donald Trump.

"It seems that Bugs Bunny has been drinking a little too much," says Barney from "The Simpsons."

"It seems that my rivals hate physical buttons," says Apple CEO Steve Jobs.


And now for one that actually came out of someone's mouth:

"It seems that the British Medical Association is practicing junk science," Mrs. Regina Griggs, of Parents and Friends of Gays and Ex-Gays (PFOX), told LifeSiteNews.com. [SOURCE]

But hey, in Regina's defense: Her team is way past practicing junk science. They turned pro long, long ago!

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