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12/19/2012

Tony Perkins: Gays 'targeting' Salvation Army because it's Christian, don't care about needy

by Jeremy Hooper

Just in time for Christmas, here's Tony Perkins framing the millions of gays in America as both anti-Christian and anti-needy:

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Or, Tony, it could be because this very same George Hood has admitted that the hiring of gay employees "chews[s] away at the theological fabric of who we are" and has lobbied against LGBT rights worldwide. That's not the same thing as simply being Christian anywhere but within the myopic bubble that is religious right politicking.

And by the way, Tony, I will be up bright and early on Christmas Eve delivering meals to in-need citizens of the five boroughs of New York—meals that I will first acquire from a local *Christian* church. Can you say the same?

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