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09/14/2011

Video: Both men have called for gay criminalization; anything else they say is but a step towards stated goal

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg is on record saying he'd "prefer to export gays from the United States" and that he'd like homosexuality to be criminalized.

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer recently said "there is no reason why [homosexual activity] cannot be a criminal offense once again, absolutely none," adding to his years of comments that have crudely slighted LGBT people (and others) in every way humanly possible (see bottom of this post for roundup).

So it's only fitting that these two proponents of gay criminalization would team up to reduce science and scientific opinion in a way befitting their unified "gays can and should change" agenda:

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**Note: Just this morning, NBC's top-rated "Today" show featured Sprigg as a pundit. So while you might want to write off these folks as fringe and irrelevant, you should know that your mainstream press outlets and the Republican party (all GOP candidates will soon appear at FRC's Values Voters Summit) have yet to get that memo.

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