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Bryan Fischer: Inclusive immigration reform would be 'importing' 'sexual dysfunction'

by Jeremy Hooper

Sen Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has announced plans to introduce amendments that would allow same-sex couples the same rights that many opposite-sex couples take for granted (e.g. the ability to sponsor foreign partners for green cards; equal protection for binational couples; etc.). But this is what that ol' charmer Bryan Fischer (of the American Family Association) has to say about the proposal:

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Shades of what Bryan's pal Peter Sprigg (of the Family Research Council) said just a few years back:

*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

We shouldn't import "sexual dysfunction"? We should "export homosexuals"? Gee, if I didn't know they were nice Christians who identify by their "values," I might think they were suggesting some truly frightening things about LGBT and our worth.

I'm thinking that just to be safe, we should go ahead and take these and related voices out of this whole debate. They've already forfeited.

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