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Desegregation, women's suffrage, and—the right to condemn gay people?!

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's most visible (and viscously vocal) spokesperson:

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Ah, yes—the right of a non-persecuted majority to undermine a long-marginalized minority. Such a noble fight!

Clearly Bryan posts this stuff to rile people up. It's not working. People like me proudly scoff at the sheer madness and meanness dripping from his words. But the people who really, really, really Bryan's rhetoric are the more mainstream conservatives. It's that movement Bryan's really cutting and exposing, not ours.

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