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04/10/2012

Bryan Fischer gets behind 'sodomy marriage' label

by Jeremy Hooper

You know that extremist flyer in which Mike Heath and Paul Madore instruct Mainers to always use the phrase "sodomy based marriage" and to "pray that God will deliver our State and country from this attack by demonic forces? Yeah, well—you can count the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer as a fan:

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I think I speak for every equality activist in Maine when I say to the other side: "Please, for the love of the God that we gay demons are supposedly attacking, use the phrase 'sodomy based marriage' in your forthcoming ads attacking our equality!!!! We are more than ready to have that, the conversation where you, the longtime lovers of 'protect marriage' code wording, rip off the mask and start admitting your overreaching motivations!"

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