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01/18/2011

Flashback Tuesday: When the AFA sniffed out a 'Mighty' silly target

by Jeremy Hooper

22+ years ago, long before the organization's daily attacks on gays, the American Family Association was going after flower-addicted cartoon rodents:

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Two decades later, this organization is still setting misguided traps. At some point, an America that truly values its families and inclusive associations will stop taking the bait.

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*The clip in question:


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