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05/13/2011

Video: Focus on the [glib claim that love is contrary to the laws of gravity]

by Jeremy Hooper

Oh how cute -- one of America's most weighty forces of oppression is continuing the PR campaign to convince the world that a certain rich and vibrant population sect is against the laws of nature. But it's okay, because Focus on the Family (a.k.a. the constrictive force through which LGBT non-discrimination and peace will never pass) is just being "funny":

Hit it, Chris Colfer:

"I'm through accepting limits, because some
[
Colorado Springs mega-special-interest] says they're so."

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