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12/10/2012

Thanks for helping us spread the good word, @spriggfrc!

by Jeremy Hooper

I, like Prop 8 plaintiff Kris Perry, want everyone in the US to be able to get married. However, I wouldn't expect the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg to help spread that word:

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[SpriggFRC]

Then again, this is a man who has suggested that it'd be better if gay people were "exported" from the US:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

So maybe he feels comfortable talking about every US citizen marrying since his already-stated goal has potential gay brides and grooms ousted from the country altogether. Threat pre-empted.

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