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08/10/2010

Audio: CON? WAAAAAAY!

by Jeremy Hooper

Many LGBT people have fond memories of Tim Conway from "The Carol Burnett Show" of the "Dorf" series of satirically inept how-to videos:

But after this, even more LGBT people might start to think of his son, Tim Conway Jr., as the star of "Dorf on Marriage/Family Equality," an unfortunately non-satirical commentary that uses the Family Research Council's junk science in order to condemn gay families:

8/5/10:

*AUDIO SOURCE: LAPD Chase/Prop 8/Identity 7PM 8/5 [KFI]

Equality will hurt kids, negatively alter society, and open a sort of Pandora's box that targets heterosexual people? Okay, so both dad and son like playing roles. We just wish the apple would have stuck to Carol Burnett's tree and not Tony Perkins' discourse-poisoning ivy!

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