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08/04/2014

AFA: It's not *just* gay people who are killing America

by Jeremy Hooper

This is a blip running on the American Family Association's front page:

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[AFA]

Really? It's "quite easy" to make that assertion? Because I would think even the more clear-headed day laborers at AFA's Tupelo headquarters would say it's at least difficult to make the case that a great nation is on the eve of destruction because Mitch and Cam are marrying on primetime TV. It's easy to make the case that it's 2014 or that it's August; the case for gay-masterminded doom would seem to necessitate a greater burden.

Not to mention, if it's quite easy to make the anti-gay case then why must the AFA make that case day after day after day after day...

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