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08/08/2012

Bryan Fischer continues to suggest kidnapping gay people's kids; any of you 'values' folks care to say something?!

by Jeremy Hooper

Any of you social conservatives who so regularly accuse LGBT activists of being insensitive (or even offensive) to prior civil rights movements care to speak out against one of your own?

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This man—an American Family Association top dog who, might I remind you, SPOKE MINUTES BEFORE MITT ROMNEY AT LAST YEAR'S VALUES VOTER SUMMIT!—is quite literally comparing the past freeing of slaves to the modern "need" to KIDNAP the children of same-sex couples! That is not an overstatement. "Pro-family" superstar Bryan Fischer is seriously telling America that this is the needed course to deal with gay parenting.

The "pro-family" silence will speak volumes.

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*Bryan's earlier suggestion:


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**UPDATE: Another Twitter-er reminded Bryan that this would be kidnapping. Check out his reply:

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People, do you hear how unbelievable this is? With this, he is undeniably defending kidnapping and positioning it as a parallel to the freeing of slaves. It's almost too chilling for words.

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