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03/24/2012

#glaadcap runs counter to free & fair debate, says he who counters freedom & fairness

by Jeremy Hooper

In yet another response to GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project, Family Research Council Senior Fellow Peter Sprigg has retweeted the beyond-incendiary Linda Harvey, adding his own claim that LGBT activists "can't win free and fair debate":

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So since free and fair debate is apparently what Mr. Sprigg wants, I would now invite you to freely and fairly venture over to his GLAAD CAP profile, where you can learn how he has claimed that “the most effective way of reducing teen suicide attempts is not to create a 'positive social environment' for the affirmation of homosexuality," how he once said he "would much prefer to export homosexuals from the United States than to import them into the United States," how he suggested "there would be a place for criminal sanctions against homosexual behavior,” how he'd like to see public health officials to use the same "single and simple solution" for homosexuality that they use to reduce smoking-related illnesses, and how he sits on the board of a scientifically-discredited "ex-gay" advocacy organization. Information that we all hope will be blasted out to America in bigger and louder ways, contrary to Peter an Company's bizarre insistence that we are seeking less conversation, not more.

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