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09/26/2011

Alien and sedition: Linda lumps gays into incestuous, abusive, sorcerous, bomb-making box

by Jeremy Hooper

6A00D8341C503453Ef0134863E64Aa970CSpeaking to WorldNetDaily about the LGBT-inclusive tomes featured on the The American Library Association's list of frequently banned books, far-right activist Linda harvey is sure to note the true agenda at play. And by "true agenda," I of course mean Linda's agenda of likening LGBT people to abusers, sorcerers, and bomb makers who commute seditious acts:

"The problem with the ALA is that they really don't have standards against which to measure the concerns of parents and citizens," Harvey told WND. "Where would they draw the line at the subject matter children read?

"Is incest okay? Adult-child sex? Parents who abuse kids? Cutting? Sadomasochism? Sorcery practiced by children? How about bomb-making and sedition against America?" she wondered.

"And do they really believe none of this has a negative effect on children?"

Is library association's 'Banned Book Week' really 'gay' promotion? [WorldNetDaily]

You know, my young nephews came to my and my husband's apartment on Friday night. We bought them pizza and Pinkberry. Never once did we consider cutting and/or dynamite. Weird.

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