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11/18/2013

Bryan Fischer's fill-in host: 'Next they're going to say...what about if I like my dog? What about if I like children?'

by Jeremy Hooper

When one fills in for Bryan Fischer, one of the single most anti-LGBT commentators with an actual platform, one must retain that certain je ne sais quoi that makes Mr. Fischer such a special snowflake. Gina Loudon proved herself up to the challenge when she linked marriage equality for same-sex couples with both man-on-dog and woman-on-minor unions. Clip is cued:

I wish they'd at least mix up their animals. Some people are cat people.

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