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Like so many brave visionaries before him, Bryan Fischer pushes GOP to stand for discrimination

by Jeremy Hooper

The man who has spent the past few years making the already-extreme American Family Association look even more so will now continue his quest to do the same to the Republican party:

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Yeah—forget fixing the economy, cutting through gridlock, implementing sensible immigration policy, ending and preventing wars, proceeding forward with a sustainable healthcare model, caring for our growing number of seniors, reforming education in a way that helps the next generation lead, protecting the environment, or tackling any of the actual issues that could actually make our nation achieve its greatness. It's denigrating gay people's marriages that should really be the top GOP concern! You tell 'em, Bryan Fischer!

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