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03/30/2012

NOM finds support in Peter 'export the homosexuals' Sprigg

by Jeremy Hooper

Peter Sprigg responds to the NOM scandal:

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No, no, Peter -- you're confused. The issue is that they expressly said that they wanted to actively drive a wedge between gays and blacks. You know, like you once actively expressed your desire to drive a wedge between gays and the United States of America:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

Certain things transcend "liberal vs. conservative," Peter Sprigg. Thankfully America has not heeded your call for exportation so that we gays here at home can continue to connect these overdue dots.

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