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06/28/2013

Robert Knight admits gay households are *slightly* better than burning buildings

by Jeremy Hooper

See, you guys, the other side isn't animus-driven. That's crazy talk! I mean, just listen in to the following clip. Their spokespeople are totally willing to concede that our homes are at least marginally better for children than are burning buildings:


*Source: Janet Mefferd, 6/27/13

Oh wait a minute, no—forget what I said above. Their side is totally animus-driven. Constantly. Hourly. It's like their spokespeople have some sort of quota to fill or something. It's bizarre, frankly.

So let me close with one tip to those on the other side: If you want to deny that gays are the victims of your long held game to demonize us, it's probably better to no couple that with a funny little anecdote telling America that our families are only slightly better than arson. Just a suggestion; I don't expect you to take it.

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