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03/08/2012

Sprigg criti-tweets 'enormously sad' political opposition; I see his tweet, raise him an 'export' and criminalization claim

by Jeremy Hooper

Couldn't help but notice this retweet from Family Research Council Senior Fellow (and Maryland Marriage Alliance member) Peter Sprigg:

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You know, ass opposed to Peter's truly remarkable and unfortunately common way of dealing with his political opposition: By suggesting that they should either be "exported" or thrown in jail:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

*SOURCE: MSNBC

Gee, can't imagine why any "liberals" would have low regard for your stances, Pete.

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