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07/13/2011

AFA fans global anti-gay flames; like Jesus would've, natch

by Jeremy Hooper

Stay classy, American Family Association:

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[American Family Association's One News Now site]

Because you know, why not plant such seeds against your fellow citizens? "Traditional values" and all.

But wait, there's more than just the headline! In this same piece, Peter LaBarbera says America is better than some other countries because "We don't believe in stoning; we don't believe in pushing them off of buildings. We believe in redemption -- that people can leave the homosexual lifestyle through Christ."

So essentially, Peter's saying American evangelicals are fine with at-home gays keeping their living mortal bodies, just not their own in-born minds as they naturally exist. USA! USA! USA!

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