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08/21/2012

Matt Barber's new 'values' dichotomy: Eating Chick-fil-A vs. one man's deranged act of violence

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Liberty Counsel strategist and Liberty University dean's Twitter account:

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This is the balance the professional anti-LGBT voices seem itching to strike: hetero-headed families eat chicken sandwiches and gays shoot up buildings.

This is nauseating. This is extreme. This is dangerous. This is what now passes for "pro-family" punditry, apparently.

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