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02/19/2013

Video: FL pastor vs. Sam Champion, 'Modern Family', spectrum of human normalcy

by Jeremy Hooper

And now listen in as Florida pastor Gordon Godfrey Jr. talks to his congregants as if they are visitors to a new planet called 2013, with gay people the alien inhabitants whose existences are sustained by pumping propaganda rather than blood:

(*Clip is cued to right point; you can stop listening at 13:25)

Sam Champion's wedding made you "'bout fall of your chair," pastor? I can honestly say I've never had the sort of reaction to any heterosexual marriage, anywhere, at any time. Sure, I might be all like, "Oh, that's nice!" or even ask myself, "Really, she married him?" but I'm never in danger of collapsing on the floor in some sort of theatrical fainting spell. You might want to ask yourself why you're so bothered by that which (a) does not affect you and (b) concerns actual representatives of an actual humanoid that actually exists (whether you actually accept us or not).

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