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07/22/2014

AFA to POTUS: End your 'love affair with homosexuality,' give anti-gay Christians entitlement instead

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association can't believe the President would do something fully within his executive power to fulfill a commitment that he has always professed to having. So since they could not defeat him and his promises in either of his two elections, they are now sending angry emails instead:

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[AFA]

"Preferential treatment to a lifestyle," eh? That's rich coming from an organization that absolutely wants preferential treatment. For an actual lifestyle choice. That they made. To discriminate against millions of people on the basis of their chosen beliefs.

Oh, and it's downright hilarious that you all continue to use Facebook, Twitter, and Google to promote your little slices of animus, AFA. There are novelty toy shops in Provincetown that are less pro-gay than those three.

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