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Sandy Rios says equality activists 'literally' want to destroy America; I say anti-equality activists literally want to destroy my hyperbole sensor

by Jeremy Hooper

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A longtime conservative activist puts it all in perspective:

"This is a fight over the survival of the country...This is a war between people who love this country and want to protect and preserve it and their children and future generations, and those who literally want to undermine and destroy its laws, its nature, [and to] fundamentally transform it."

American Family Radio host Sandy Rios

Personally, I don't even want to figuratively destroy America. But literally, Sandy?

I'm not even sure where we'd start on such a daunting, fifty state contest. I guess we'd begin by gay-bombing the coasts and then moving interior? Not sure. Hopefully Ms. Rios will elaborate on the fantasy vision that she sees and speaks for the sake of what she believes is activism for her side but what we know is really unwitting advocacy for our movement instead.

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