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11/10/2010

Pol loot: Longing for gay when politi-minded gays were treated like smog

by Jeremy Hooper

From our experience, gays in government offices increase the chances of fragrance diffusers, tasteful cologne, and aromatic lunches made from last night's shiitake risotto leftovers. But hey -- one man's perfume is another's "pollution":

Paul Cameron and the Family Research Institute want to go back to the good ol' days of the 1950s when gays were banned for working for the government because everybody knew that even "one homosexual can pollute a Government office"
KEEP READING: The Good Old Days When Everyone Knew That Even "One Homosexual Can Pollute a Government Office [Right Wing Watch]

Ah, nostalgia.

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