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02/25/2014

American Family Association senior analyst: Imprisoning gays = 'winnable war'

by Jeremy Hooper

The biggest liability the American Family Association has ever employed, Bryan Fischer, said the following about Uganda's new law that imprisons gay people:

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[AFA's Bryan Fischer]

He's kind of right, in a way. I mean, because people like him did more work destroying the anti-LGBT movement's credibility than we could've done alone, we on the right side of history are quite close to winning this "culture war" once and for all.

I should probably send him a thank you gift or something. A fruit platter.

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