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12/17/2012

Teachers should have prayed more, packed more arsenal? The unhelpful weekend of AFA's in-house liability

by Jeremy Hooper

The anti-LGBT community's most openly hostile voice spent the entire weekend taking the wrong approach to a community tragedy and overdue national debate:

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[The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer]

Twenty children are dead. Because guns are a thing.

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**Related remarks from a former presidential candidate (and man who has appeared on Bryan Fischer's radio show):

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