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10/11/2012

AFA's Tim Wildmon: 'I don't believe' pro-LGBT President Obama is a Christian

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association top dog, during his show co-hosted with Tony Perkins and featuring NOM religious liaison William Owens, says it's a fact that gay people are "unnatural" and "immoral" and that support for equal rights denies President Obama of his stated faith convictions:


[FULL: AFA Radio]

Eh, whatever. I'm sure President Obama, like a growing number of Americans, has a few questions about the AFA's version of Christianity as well. That is if he thinks about this increasingly irrelevant organization at all.

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