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07/18/2011

Audio: AFA caller fears inclusive teaching; seemingly fine with Historical Insensitivity 101

by Jeremy Hooper

A caller to AFA Radio's "Nothing But Truth," speaking on the subject of California's FAIR Education law:

"Sooner or later it's going to be like the Nazis, you know, gays and non-gays are going to have to wear badges, that way, you know, you make sure you know right off the bat that if you're talking to a gay person you address them as such"

*SOURCE: AFA Radio

Oh, you mean like Pink Triangles? Like the ones gays actually *WERE* forced to wear during the Holocaust? Will those badges work, or will modern times demand a design reboot? [::eye roll::]

You know, you really have to wonder if the AFA and its followers are actually double agents designed to further the equality cause.

Break

*A good time to remind about Godwin's law.

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