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07/07/2014

AFA's Fischer spends Independence Day equating homosexuality with necrophilia

by Jeremy Hooper

I went to a James Taylor concert and spent treasured relaxation time with my little family. The American Family Association's Senior Issues Analyst chose to use his 4th of July for the purposes of equating hmosexual "conduct" with a male nurse having sex with a dead woman's corpse

The tweet:
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The link in the tweet:
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Sick stuff. And yet, with every new bit of craziness, the AFA only raises Bryan's profile. And of course social conservatives like Rick Santorum continue to cater to the extremist and his show.

Although in a way, it's fitting that Bryan makes reference to the departed and sex with the same. After all, his work is focused on a political movement that's letting out its last gasps—and he's only screwing 'em further.

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