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06/10/2011

Cain and fable

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2011-06-10 At 7.11.06 AmAs you might've heard by now: Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain has gone on record as believing homosexuality be both optional and immoral:

Video: Herman Cain: Homosexuality is a sin and a choice [CBS News via Raw]

Based, of course, on something that is 100% chosen (his religious beliefs), utilizing a biblically frowned upon notion (stone-casting).

But whatever, it's really about how he would govern. And since we now know Mr. Cain sees our sexual orientations as light switches, we are all the more enlightened.

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