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09/20/2013

Are Illinois lawmakers good with calling gays a 'particularly evil lie of Satan'? Because IFI is.

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday morning, the extremely anti-gay Illinois Family Institute (reminder: IFI's lead researcher just said gay marriage are more radical than incestuous marriages), held yet another pastors event. Glenn Stanton addressed the faith-driven crowd on why they should resist marriage equality:

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[IFI]

So who is Glenn Stanton, you ask? Well, he'd be the Focus on the Family staffer who believes this about gay people:

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[SOURCE: FocusOnTheFamily.com]

Because that's apparently how you "defend marriage" in the Land of Lincoln: you defame the world's gay population as being Satan's "particularly evil lie."

Ya know, I'm beginning to think these folks have no plans to stop at just our ring fingers. That's just a hunch.
(*of course it could be my overlord Satan feeding me lies).

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