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Video: Bryan Fischer pretends 'Lawrence vs. Texas' never happened

by Jeremy Hooper

Americans actually do have every right to engage in what Bryan Fischer refers to as "sodomy." The Supreme Court made this perfectly clear.

But in Bryan Fischer's world, the Lawrence vs. texas decision is non-binding because it didn't come from God:

(*clip is cued to right point)

Antonin Scalia's minority dissent is what makes something perfectly clear. Oh Bryan, buddy, please do your listeners a favor and brush up on the judiciary before your upcoming losses on DOMA and Prop 8.

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