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05/10/2012

AFA Radio host: Obama's marriage position is 'hole in moral fabric'; will destroy us, natch

by Jeremy Hooper

Dan Celia continues the American Family Association's long and storied history of considering political issues through the most measured and nuanced lens possible:

It's going to be fun, between now and election day, to hear how many things social conservatives think our love is capable of destroying. The financial market, children's invoice, the sanctity of open bars and chicken dances—those are all given. What I'm looking forward to is when they move past the old tropes and onto something more tangible, like the aerosol that propels the Easy Cheese out of the can or the plot structure of the noted TV drama "NCIS."

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