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04/05/2013

LaBarbera protects America from gay people's locked lips

by Jeremy Hooper

Is it just me, or do the white boxes make the covers look ten times more provocative (and thus hotter)?

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[Peter LaBarbera's Americans For Truth]

I wonder if Peter travels with some to-go boxes in his pocket. Like he's at the grocery, checking out with some milk and a tube of Ben Gay (which he buys in hopes that it's an "ex-gay" ointment), when he spies these Time covers threatening to destroy the sanctity of the impulse aisle. Quickly but steadily, Pete yanks his white boxes out of his pocket and affixes them to the offending covers—razor sharp in both focus and aim. BAM! The lips no longer linger. The kids no longer in danger. Another aisle saved.

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