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10/17/2013

Video: Values Voter Summit young people offered empty calories. Oh, and pizza, too

by Jeremy Hooper

Here's a clip of the "young people should learn to discriminate against gay taxpayers" pizza party that was recently held at the exceedingly anti-gay Family Research Council's decidedly anti-gay Values Voter Summit. Featured speakers were Ryan "I've admitted I want gays to be chaste" Anderson and Peter "I'd prefer to export homosexuals from the United States (direct quote)" Sprigg.

After the brief clip, you can stick around for a really boring interview featuring Anderson and Damon Owens, who you might remember from NOM's "Gathering Storm" ad:

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