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03/17/2014

Phelps and Fischer both 'love us enough to tell us the truth'

by Jeremy Hooper

American Family Association's Bryan Fischer:

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[SOURCE]

Westboro Baptist's Fred Phelps:

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[SOURCE]

To be clear, both versions of "truth" have us in hell unless we "change." At the end of the day (or mortality, as it were) does it really matter if that advocacy happened on a street corner or on AFA radio?

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