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04/18/2012

Audio: Day of Silence critics liken accepting schools to Nazis, slavery, evil, child abuse

by Jeremy Hooper

First voice is Barb Anderson of the Minnesota Family Council, one of the coalition partners in the current Minnesota For Marriage effort.

Second voice is Peter LaBarbera. I think you know his record.

Third voice is Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute.

Topic is LGBT acceptance and anti-bullying efforts in public schools, specifically as the concepts relate to Friday's Day of Silence.

Enjoy:


[SOURCE: AFTAH]

Because apparently the religious right isn't losing young people quickly enough for this trio's liking. It's as if they have now declared "culture war" not only on LGBT people, but also on national polling.

Have at it, I say.

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