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05/18/2012

Audio: AFA attempts to hammer Home Depot; doesn't nail it

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's Randy Sharp (who once suggested that the Walgreens company was sponsoring the Gay Games in order to increase the sell of their HIV drugs) attended this week's Home Depot Shareholders meeting where he tried, unsuccessfully, to convince the home improvement giant that supporting its LGBT customer base is somehow a slap in the face against those who'd like to micromanages the world's screws:


[SOURCE: Home Depot Shareholders Meeting]

Immediately after Sharp's comments, a married lesbian from Massachusetts thanked those gathered for the support. Or as the AFA will surely press release that followup: "Militant homosexual radically hijacked the last word to do the work of the enemy; God to shop at Lowe's instead."

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