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06/02/2014

Peter LaBarbera welcomes Pride Month with reminder that gay-accepting America is doomed

by Jeremy Hooper

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The government is preserving landmarks important in LGBT rights history. Just another step toward our inevitable destruction, suggests longtime anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera:

"I fear for our country, because when a nation starts celebrating sexual immorality as the norm and as a social good, then that nation cannot survive in the long run," he explains. "Every other civilization has been brought down for sexual immorality as part of the factors bringing it down, and I think the United States of America will not be an exception in that regard." [SOURCE]

Eh. Pete's likely just pissed that the government has yet to set his daily anti-LGBT rhetoric aside for historical designation, despite it sounding so much like a product of days gone bye.

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