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09/28/2011

Liberty Counsel attorney and Liberty Univ. Dean: Gays know they're 'internally disordered'

by Jeremy Hooper

And now longtime liability to his movement Matt Barber will continue to demonstrate the deep and undeniable animus that underwrites the entire "pro-family" movement:


*AUDIO SOURCE: Liberty Counsel's "Freedom's Call" radio show

Matt's employers, both Liberty Counsel and Liberty University, are co-sponsors of the upcoming Values Voters Summit. The same summit where all of the leading GOP candidates will court the conservative vote. And by leading GOP candidates, I mean those who want to serve as your President.

I know some of you get tired of me constantly drilling home these undeniable connections between extremist rhetoric and mainstream politicos. But if more would help me do it, we could maybe open some more eyes to the harshness of this "culture war." Maybe stop suffering the indignity of having the brute stigmatization of our lives and loves accepted as just par for the political course.

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