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04/24/2013

WHOA! Brian Brown compares gay families to those with divorce and death; uses 'crosshairs' imagery

by Jeremy Hooper

A noticeable change in tone:

Screen Shot 2013-04-18 At 2.51.59 Pm"Lawmakers have allowed themselves to be fooled into thinking they have protected people of faith when in fact they have put those who believe in true marriage in the crosshairs of the law and gay 'marriage' activists. It won't be long before the repercussions begin to be felt."

"It's bad enough when families break down through divorce or death, but it's unconscionable when a state encourages this through policies that deprive children of the love of both a mother and a father. This is a very sad day for Rhode Island.
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Brian Brown, equating families with two same-sex parents with families where parents have separated or died

Brian continued with a vow that his fight continues. I would argue that if he continues to speak like this, we won't even need friends anymore; our organized adversaries will do the work for us.

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