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07/24/2014

Audio: AFA owns its extremism

by Jeremy Hooper

Of course the American Family Association spins all of its actual work into the code words that social conservatives think absolves their movement from the intended wrongdoing and/or supremacy attached to their goals. But hey, at least their new ad is embracing the "extremist" label:



Fighting against the "extremist" label while keeping Bryan Fischer on your senior staff is like fighting childhood obesity by entrusting your family's daily meals to Cap'N Crunch, Auntie Anne, and Ronald McDonald.

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