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09/08/2010

And Mr. Kupelian wonders why Hallmark never came calling

by Jeremy Hooper

DavidkupelianThis unique view on straight/gay "friendship" comes from WorldNetDaily contributor and Marketing Of Evil author David Kupelian:

"I understand all the professional and social pressures to support same-sex marriage. I also understand that one of the main reasons many of us come around to supporting gay-rights causes is our relationships with gay friends and family members. We care about them, and find it uncomfortable, almost impossible, to look them in the eye and say, in so many words: 'Look, you know I care about you. I'd do anything for you. But for me to agree with same-sex marriage is to pretend that something I know is wrong is actually right. I can't do that. Even more important, I don't want to be party to further unraveling the fabric of our civilization, one which safeguards your rights and mine, that protects us in an exceedingly dangerous world, a moral foundation rock that's served us well for thousands of years. For your sake as much as for mine, I'm not willing to throw that away. I hope you understand.'" [SOURCE]

So wait, if he doesn't want to help us unravel the fabric of civilization, then why do we need Mr. Kupelian as a friend? Those spools are heavy, and we gays have many yards to go in order to complete our "dangerous", "moral foundation-shaking" pattern. Either grab a side and roll, or get out of the way, Mr. K!

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