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02/19/2013

Illinois Family Institute president suggests gay parents should be cast into sea

by Jeremy Hooper

Using the flawed and conservative-instigated Regnerus study as his guide, David Smith, the "ex-gay"-pushing president of the Illinois Family Institute who admits he doesn't want gay couples to be treated equally, is now suggesting that it is better for gay parents to be drowned in the sea than to "offend" little ones (i.e. their children):

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[David Smith's public Facebook wall]

And don't tell me this is just a figure of speech. David Smith is taking biased "science" and using it as some sort of proof that justifies Scripture. Scripture that, undeniably even if rhetorically, suggests a forced drowning. Forced drownings that directly indict and target same-sex parents.

This is the man leading the opposition to marriage equality in Illinois. Wake up.

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