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12/04/2012

'I will never admit I understand the concept of consent' vows AFA's uniquely obsessed voice

by Jeremy Hooper

One is a state of being that involves a human, a brain, and a body. The other two are sexual acts—paraphilias, really—that involve the forcible violation of a person or thing that is unable to provide reasonable consent. But don't let that get between the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer and his daily attempt to stretch that organization's credibility to its very limit:

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I love how he tells us to "watch for it," as if he has some great track record of soothsaying. The man who spent days on end telling us that Romney was a shoo-in, that is.

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