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06/04/2012

Gays' marriages will kill this nation; more reason to have an open bar

by Jeremy Hooper
"I believe by and large Americans are of the mindset that if I can try and capture the secular mind of the American public it might be something like this: I don’t Screen Shot 2012-06-04 At 1.52.48 Pm care what you do in the privacy of your bedroom, I don’t care who you love or don’t love, but I don’t want to take something that’s s bedrock as marriage for over 5,000 years and put in law that it’s changed. That’s scary, and it’s wrong. And if you like looking at history at all, it is very easy to see the nations in history’s past that have done that kind of thing no longer exist. It is a nation-killing issue."

American Family Association's Buster Wilson

Only nation-killing? Hell, I remember the Bush years, when world destruction was the more common claim. You're slipping, AFA!

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