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10/18/2012

Listen: Protect Marriage Maine co-heads defend 'ex-gay' therapy

by Jeremy Hooper

On their weekly radio show, the two men who are championing marriage discrimination in Maine, Bob Emrich and Carroll Conley, spent fifteen minutes railing against the new California law that takes a strong stand against scientifically-rebuked "ex-gay" (so-called) therapy. Here's one clip in which Emrich reinforces his belief that gays "can and should change" (something I've long known) and a link to the full fifteen minute programL


FULL AUDIO: Faith Matters in Maine [WHCFF]

Say it with me, folks: It's not just about marriage. If you think the other side plans to stop certain people's existence alterations at just the ring finger, then please find a very loud political alarm clock ASAP. Because you need to wake up and smell the sweeping (read: frightening) agenda that defines the other side.

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