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10/02/2012

But what Bryan Fischer really wants is a President who'll punish 'evil' people

by Jeremy Hooper

Considering he's one of the most anti-LGBT voices in this nation and that he claims, in this very same piece, that homosexuality is capable of bringing God's judgment on this nation, people like me really have to wonder when the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer seeks a president who is out to punish certain kinds of people:

Screen Shot 2012-10-02 At 2.18.13 PmThe bottom line, then, is that we need a president who understands the difference between good and evil.

Otherwise, how will he know what to punish and what to praise? And more to the point, how will he know whom to punish and whom to praise? [FULL COLUMN: AFA]

Yikes. I'm actually quite fond of this life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness thing that's come with my citizenship. I want more of it, even for Bryan. Weird to think I have fellow Americans who'd really like to see me punished for things like my marriage.

Then again, in this world of increasing corporate personhood, perhaps Bryan's goals are not as humanitarianly scary and personally targeted as they might seem.

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