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01/13/2014

Extreme anti-gay activist Matt Barber erecting BarbWire; GOP moderates most likely to get cut

by Jeremy Hooper

Matt Barber has one of the most viciously anti-LGBT quote backs in all of "Pro-Family"ville. Find some of it here.

I'm not sure if Matt is still employed by the Liberty Counsel or if he's moving on, but he is launching a new home to host his onslaughts against anyone who dares to stray from his myopia:

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A net win, if you ask me. Matt's rhetoric is at the level where more exposure is, without a doubt, a good thing for those of us who want to show the animus on the other side of this fight. His "barb wire" is not a warning sign that will deter folks from supporting us—it's a deterrent to those in the middle who might be considering crossing over the conservative fence.

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