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02/20/2013

Video: Focus on the Family wants to flout nondiscrimination laws; but they're the 'victims,' natch

by Jeremy Hooper

Gay people who want equal access to public accommodations are "silencing Christians." That's what you would say if you were beholden to Focus on the Family's radical agenda.

Watch as much or as little of this as you want. You've heard all of these "poor, pitiful us" talking points before:

(**NOTE: Mr. Johnston identifies as an "ex-gay". As far as I know, Mr. Shepard is a current-straight.)

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