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02/01/2013

Audio: 'Communist, Muslim, Sodomite' #PerkinsLive

by Jeremy Hooper

A responsible radio host would reply to the following caller, "No, actually he's a Christian whose policies are pretty darn far from Communism and whose marriage and family seem among the most intact to ever grace the Pennsylvania Avenue. And please, sir—the word 'Sodomite' is silly and offensive."

But Family Research Council Tony Perkins, when confronted with the repeated claim that our President is a "Communist, Muslim, Sodomite"? Well he just chuckles and thanks the caller for his views, before building on them himself:


[TonyPerkins.com]

Right, Tony. It's "the cultural revolution" on the attack. Those who constantly misname realities in order to denigrate those who are not like them are just pleasing God. Sure, bud. Got it.

Although it does strike me that "Communist, Muslim, Sodomite" could be a good game for future editions of "Perkins Live." Tony could play a clip and let callers guess which (or how many) of the three groupings the particular person falls into, regardless of evidence. Winner gets to call him or her self a "values voter."

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