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10/28/2012

'Worthy of death' pastor puts onus on others: 'I regret that many have misunderstood my comments'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Maryland Marriage Alliance's key ally isn't apologizing for actually saying this…

(**Rmdr: The guy who hysterically laughs at the end of the clip is MD Marriage Alliance chairman Derek McCoy)

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…he's just upset that the rest of us were too dumb to mine some sort of deeper meaning beyond what he actually said. Oh, and he still admits that his fight is not just against marriage but against gays ourselves:

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Colonial Baptist Church

Oh, you certainly spoke out against the "lifestyle," pastor. We all heard it. Hopefully voters will process it in the spirit in which it was quite clearly articulated and intended.

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