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04/15/2013

MN For Marriage recruits Glenn 'homosexuality is particularly evil lie of Satan' Stanton

by Jeremy Hooper

The team trying to stop equality in Minnesota—which, by the way, is essentially the same team that failed to win at the polls last November—is currently on a road trip around the state. Their star speaker? Glenn Stanton, the Focus on the Family employee who wrote that now-infamous quote about homosexuality being a "particularly evil lie of Satan" that "overthrows the very image of the Trinitarian God in creation."

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Of course Minnesota For Marriage, like all "protect marriage" sham-paigns, will pretend its cause is simply about marriage policy. DON'T YOU DARE BELIEVE IT! When an organization recruits someone who quite literally frames gay people as being the Prince of Darkness' dirtiest secret, that org. pretty much forfeits its right to pretend theirs is a limited and focused cause devoid of any animus.

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