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02/26/2013

Big shocker—gays 'offend God' group supporting NOM's marriage march

by Jeremy Hooper

On its website, the TFP Student Action group admits that it sees us as "changeable" and that it believes our very nature offends God

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10 Reasons Why Homosexual “Marriage” is Harmful and Must be Opposed [TFP]

So what is the obviously animus-driven group's new project? Why encouraging turnout for the National Organization For Marriage's upcoming "march for marriage," natch:

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[TFP (*note that the "10 Reasons…" doc appears as a resource on the march promotional page)]

NOM has promoted TFP's activities in the past, so I'm not surprised to see TFP returning the favor to its fellow Catholic organization. I just hope that when TFP shows up there, outside this high court of civil (read: not canonical) law, the group's members will have enough fortitude to hold signs that admit where they are coming from. Think we gay folk should be "changed," that marriage is not a creature of state, and that God is going to punish America is it supports civil equality? Fine. Bring it to SCOTUS!

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