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AFA's star spokesman: We need a Supreme Court that will criminalize gays

by Jeremy Hooper

Bryan Fischer is a big fan of criminalizing gay people—that is not news. But with the Supreme Court of India's chilling decision to uphold an ancient ban on homosexuality, the American Family Association's biggest star feels emboldened to admit his true desires:

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Of course what we actually have is a U.S. Supreme Court that, while decidedly conservative, still strikes down sodomy bans and invalidates federal laws limiting marriage equality. That's where we are; that's where we're headed. Because Bryan's vision of society is not just wrongheaded to people like me, but it is also unsupportable even by a court where GOP presidents appointed a majority of the justices. He's that out of touch.

Although if Bryan wants to convince his organization to move itself to the India that he apparently so cherishes, I will gladly get behind that plan. That's an outsourcing I can fully support!

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