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07/16/2012

Pastor in NOM's new video: Gays' fight = 'right to sodomize each other and practice other deviant behaviors'

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-07-16 At 1.48.10 Pm-1Pastor Ericka McCrutcheon is heavily featured in the National Organization For Marriage's latest video, right alongside NOM's religious liaison William Owens and "pro-family" superstar Harry Jackson. And here is what Ms. McCrutcheon thinks about gay people:

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[Pastor Ericka McCrutcheon's blog]

Oh, and if that weren't revelatory enough—in this same NOM video, Ms. McCrutcheon's husband says that "God is against anybody who is for homosexual marriage."

So basically, it's just good that NOM's middle word is "organization." After all, the rhyming pattern will really roll off the tongue once the powers-that-be change their third word to match the motivation that is cropping up with ever more frequency: DENIGRATION.

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