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05/29/2014

AFA's Fischer equates fighting slavery with fighting marriage equality, humorously thinks he's the GOP's future

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's senior issues analyst (and, conveniently enough, its most anti-gay voice) bemoans the trajectory of his party while simultaneously showing why it needs to get away—and get away fast!!—from the hostile social conservatism that has so thoroughly damaged its brand:

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[Fischer]

I love their threats. Bryan and his cohorts don't realize that the GOP is slowly moving away from anti-LGBT social conservatism not because it failed to listen to what the religious right had to say—but but it did listen, for years.

Enjoy your third party, B. I'm sure it will make up for in spunk what it will undoubtedly lack in electoral votes.

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