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04/23/2014

AFA promotes its new app in only way it knows how

by Jeremy Hooper

We've gone through all of their examples a bajillion times and pointed out all of the distortions, excised details, and bad arguments that they use to turn these supposed examples of persecution into national examples of how marriage equality harms America. No use doing it again.

Instead, just have a good laugh at how AFA is incapable of doing something as straightforward as promoting their app without making it all about us and their obsessions therof:

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I truly adore the idea that an AFA supporter needs on-the-second information so he or she can "quickly and effectively engage the culture when our Christian brothers and sister come under attack from homosexual aggression." In my mind, the ensuing sequence plays out like this:

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