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Video: e(vangelical)Harmony

by Jeremy Hooper

The folks at the Family Research Council have fired up their right brains and concocted a new ad for their upcoming gay-unfriendly soiree, the so-called "Values Voters Summit." Check it out:

Quite appropriate that they chose to parody eHarmony, the online dating company that is known for the fact that it doesn't allow gay couples. Because when they talk about the candidates that "match your dimensions of compatibility," everyone knows that they are speaking of only those White House hopefuls who also exclude gay couples from their own harmonious visions.

Matching one-sided, discriminatory views with those who are more than happy to stick their fingers ears and say, "la,la,la,la" whenever outside reason and calls for acceptance are being introduced.

Looking for the One [YouTube]

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