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12/07/2011

Video: Peter Sprigg wants to export me then ignore me

by Jeremy Hooper

It's interesting that the far-right Christians at CBN would use the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg to weigh in on foreign aid and LGBT people:


[CBN.com (via Towle)]

I say interesting, because we already know that if Peter had his way here in America, *all* gay rights conversations would take place overseas:

"I would much prefer to export homosexuals form the United States than import them into the United States…"

*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

You'll have to forgive me if I glean my policies -- foreign, domestic, scientific, and religious -- from other sources. Preferably one that doesn't want to admittedly, forcibly ship me form my own country. Preferably one whose host organization hasn't been deemed a hate group by a perceptive, respected outlet.

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