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12/03/2012

'Why won't politicians misprioritize themselves out of relevance?!' wonders Peter LaBarbera

by Jeremy Hooper
Screen Shot 2012-12-03 At 8.24.56 Am "Are we heading toward a bipartisan push in favor of Big Homosexuality — for which the revolutionary redefinition of marriage is but one goal? And where does that leave Christians and all moral-minded citizens who put loyalty to their Creator and sexual sanity above party politics? We’ve heard a lot about the 'Fiscal Cliff,' but America is also dangling off the Moral Cliff. Too bad few governing and cultural elites seem to care enough to try and rescue us from going over it."

—Peter LaBarbera, the AFTAH president who has spent the last two decades of his professional life obsessing about LGBT people

Pete, buddy, if the entire class of elected conservatives want to pause the current financial talks and spend the month discussing how fully they's like to hurt gay people, those of us who care about this political fight from the pro-equality side will surely welcome the development. After all, we have the future to win. Sure, we all know that we win it inevitably no matter what happens. However,iIf certain legislative roadblockers want to stop and show the American voter just how rudderless and/or mean-spirited their priorities can be, then so be it. Midterms aren't so far off, and we'd certainly like to claim our obvious destiny sooner rather than later.

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