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07/26/2012

Bryan Fischer continues to think he's helping Chick-Fil-A; isn't

by Jeremy Hooper

From the American Family Association's most incendiary (and most visible) spokesperson, Bryan Fischer:

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Also from Bryan Fischer, the idea that "norma-phobic" gays are like terrorists who can cause tragedies like 9/11:


SOURCE: AFA Radio

SOURCE: AFA Radio

Has a company ever publicly stood up to an announced supporter and said, "Thanks, bit we're good." Because if Chick-fil-A wants to begin to get beyond this never-ending controversy, now is the time to start. With Fischer.

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