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01/03/2014

Mad at his repeated failure to stop equality in his state, IA's head anti-gay continues 'unnatural' ranting

by Jeremy Hooper

In a new interview, Iowa's most prominent anti-LGBT activist (and good buddy of Mike Huckabee's) Bob Vander Plaats claimed that civil marriage "goes against the law of nature, and the law of nature’s God, which means, again, it’s against the Constitution":

Vander Plaats: Marriage Equality Unconstitutional Because It's 'Against The Law of Nature' [RWW]

Forget outrage. I mean, this is a man who has proudly claimed homosexuality as a public health risk. There isn't much he could say that would make him more anti-gay than we already know he is. His silly opinion about the supposed "unnatural" status of something that is all throughout nature is exactly that.

Instead, I want to know when Mr. V P will work to repeal the 2nd Amendment. Last time I checked, that bullet-projecting, life-robbing, all-I-need-is-my-little-finger-to-prove-I'm-a-toughie, mass manufactured boom-boom-pole that we colloquially call a "gun" is an unnatural tool of man, not God. Therefore against the U.S. Constitution, eh Vander Plaats?

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