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'I do'omsday: WND's Farah says marriage equality will 'bring down America'

by Jeremy Hooper

After laying out ten other things that he thinks constitutes America "shaking its fist at God" (gee, where've I heard that before?), WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah concludes that none of the will destroy this country faster than legal freedom for loving same-sex couples:

[N]othing will bring down America faster, in my opinion, that the proliferation of this sham of same-sex marriage – this phony, fraudulent, sinful idea that is being promoted, I am convinced, with just that purpose in mind.

The fact that perverse sex practices are gaining such wide acceptance is, in fact, something of a judgment on America, as suggested by the Apostle Paul in Romans 1:18-32.

I think I'm going to just start saying "you're right." I mean if our years of explaining our true motives for wanting legal parity lead these extreme voices to embrace such delusional depths, perhaps our willing submission into the land of nonsense will lead the social conservative fringe to finally embrace reason in retaliation.

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