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11/14/2012

Audio: Bill Donohue equates Catholic view on marriage with stance on 'slavery, racism, or genocide'

by Jeremy Hooper

More than a few Catholics support marriage equality, obviously. Many of these same Catholics reject slavery, racism, and genocide—obviously. These are not conflicting positions. Resisting social ills and/or mass killing is not in anything resembling the same ballpark as supporting civil fairness.

But don't tell Bill Donohue that:


[Focus on the Family CitizenLink]

And not only the whole slavery/racism/genocide thing, but Catholics who support us are also "in the wrong religion"? Hmm. Isn't it interesting how those who are so quick to accuse us of stifling religious freedom are themselves so quick to adjudicate who is and is not fit to join their club?

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