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12/10/2013

And yet he finds gays unnatural?

by Jeremy Hooper

LGBT people, who have existed throughout history, in every society, and throughout the animal kingdom, are his professional bone of contention. He has spent decades fighting against us, dedicating every shred of his professional energy toward framing LGBT folks as wrong, immoral, and unnatural.

And yet hurling through the air in a flying bus while telecommunicating through the clouds? Totally cool:

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You know what allowed that "neat" thing to happen, Pete? Progress. Innovation. Understanding that not all worldly things are explained in one ancient text.

Take heed, buddy.

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