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01/04/2011

Video: Protect the sanctity of sophomoric 'humor'

by Jeremy Hooper

What's the American Family Association's big takeaway from Captain Owen Honors' video controversy? That once Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal is all said and the done, the right of religious people to use "Saturday Night Live type" anti-gay, anti-woman slurs might be compromised:


Lewd Navy video [AFA]

Is there anything these folks won't defend? Anything anti-gay, that is?

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*SEE ALSO: This insight from last night's "Parker/Spitzer" (with particular kudos to Jeffrey Toobin and Kathleen Parker):


(via J.M.G.)
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*RELATED UPDATE: WTF - Elaine Donnelly: Navy anti-gay video scandal proof DADT repeal is moral decline of military [Pam]

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