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11/13/2012

Because why shouldn't an excessively anti-gay commentator make a good 'stone the gays' joke?

by Jeremy Hooper

Matt Barber, known for writing pieces that claim gay-accepting society will draw the wrath of God and condemning us in just about every way imaginable, tries his hand at comedyL

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From a different commentator, framed in the right way, this could be a funny turn of phrase. But from a man who frequently cites Levitical condemnations as literal reasons to deny gays of everything from rights to our own senses of peace? Not as funny, frankly.

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