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07/01/2013

American Family Association's top spokesman: What if you want to marry a goat?

by Jeremy Hooper

Confronted with a charge of animus, other political movements would probably want to reconsider what they are putting out into the world. But as for the "pro-family" movement in America? Well, many of them are responding to the recent Supreme Court rulings (which ably noted the obvious role that animus plays in banning marriage equality) by further comporting loving gay couples' marriages to things like incest, pedophilia, and man-on-goat:

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[BryanJFischer]

Hmmm. I do like goat cheese.

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