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06/24/2013

FRC's SCOTUS 'expert' already admitted he'd like to 'export'/criminalize us; hasn't he said enough?

by Jeremy Hooper

With the Supreme Court decisions on marriage seemingly imminent, the rabidly anti-gay Family Research Council is pitching Peter Sprigg as one of its "expert" pundits:

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That would be this Peter Sprigg:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

*SOURCE: MSNBC

If you see a place for either criminal sanctions or deportation for the supposed "crime" of homosexuality, doesn't that pretty much trump whatever you say on the issue of marriage? I kind of think so. And I kind of think that any media outlet that chooses to book Mr. Sprigg owes it to the audience to flesh out his full profile!

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