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03/20/2014

They're not going to stop at same-sex marriage: FRC prez advises man to not enter interfaith marriage; 'not all religions are equal'

by Jeremy Hooper

On his radio show this afternoon, Tony Perkins proved just how far he plans to take his "traditional marriage" advocacy. In a jaw dropping turn, the prominent cable TV pundit and politically connected Republican advised a caller to not marry his fiancee for the sole reason that she is of another faith. "Not all religions are equal," demanded Tony.

Listen to the religious freedom at work, folks:

You think Tony knows that the doyenne of the modern "traditional marriage" movement, Maggie Gallagher, is in an interfaith marriage?

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