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06/26/2013

AFA's top spokesman: Washington, Jefferson would tell us to ignore pro-equality SCOTUS ruling

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer doesn't really care if the Supreme Court sides with our side or his. He plans to just ignore any outcome that doesn't go his way, and he thinks citizens, state governments, and Congress should do the same:

His God casts us out, his employer denies us of even the simplest support system, and now his version of government leaves no place for securing our rights. I'm detecting a theme.

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