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07/12/2011

Video: Oh look, a man who calls for gays' deportation and criminalization still gets media bookings. That's fun.

by Jeremy Hooper

Well right, of course Peter Sprigg would support what most people see as "the very extreme view" of "changing" gay people...

After all, this is a man who fully admits that he'd like to put to gays on an outward bound boat....


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

...and someone who, on these same MSNBC cable airwaves, expressed his support for criminalizing homosexuality:


*SOURCE: MSNBC

The real questions:

(A) Why would anyone expect anything other than the extreme view?

(B) Why are actual scientists so rarely booked in these debates?

(C) Why won't the mainstream media start giving a little bit of insight about who these advocates are and what they really seek?

(D) Peter's exportation plan seems as logistically unfeasible as it is intellectually untenable -- has he really thought it through on a practical level?

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