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01/23/2011

Video: Bringing leprosy into the civil rights conversation. You know, just like Dr. King would've.

by Jeremy Hooper

Like virtually every other media outlet, we pretty much ignored the offensive, anti-gay, anti-equality, anti-Coretta-Scott-King press conference that the Illinois Family Institute held on Martin Luther King Day. But so you can see just how far the IFI extended their hostile organizational agenda, we thought we'd show you at least one video from the eye-opening affair. A video wherein someone by the name of Apostle Carolyn Vessel compares us to adulterers and fornicators and lepers, ignores what credible science truly says about sexual orientation in order to reduce us to a "lifestyle" with chosen "behaviors," and even attaches illegality to our lives and loves:


[IL Family Institute]

Cute how the guy behind her thinks his vocal affirmations somehow enhance the veracity.

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