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Bryan Fischer: I Didn't Say That, I Said Something Which Means The Same Thing

American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer is really pissed about my post regarding his call to criminalize homosexuality so that gays can be forced into "reparative therapy" programs. That post was picked up all over the progressive blogosphere and after an NBC reporter called him for confirmation, Fischer issued the following "denial" in a post titled Why Homosexual Behavior Should Be Against The Law.
I received a phone call this morning from a reporter for NBC Action News in Kansas City by the name of Josh Luch. He contacted me in response to my blog entry of last Friday, in which I suggested that it is proper for our culture to impose legal sanctions on homosexual behavior for health reasons alone. The leftwing blogosphere has virtually lost its mind in response to my Friday post. Many of them falsely accused me of saying that I wanted all homosexuals to be locked up, and the response of many of these voices of tolerance was to declare that they wanted me locked up instead and locked away from civil society so my voice would be silenced. [snip] I nowhere in my blog said we should lock homosexuals up in prison. What I said is that our public policy toward homosexual conduct should be the same as our public policy toward intravenous drug abuse. My position is that homosexual behavior represents a severe threat to public health, and is even more dangerous to human health than intravenous drug abuse. Because of the health risks involved, curtailing homosexual behavior should be as much a public policy concern as curtailing intravenous drug abuse.
Are you following his logic? Can anyone? He "never said" homosexuals should be sent to prison. He said "homosexual behavior should be against the law." Hey you fuckweasel, where exactly DO we send people who break the law? What a fucking crock of typically Christianist doubletalk. Also, does Fischer think millions of gays will meekly step forward for his proposed "reparative therapy"? Wouldn't his call for criminalizing our existence require rounding us all up for a proper Christian indoctrination at a re-education camp? How is that not like prison? Not only is Bryan Fischer a hate-filled bigot, he's a delusional hate-filled bigot who won't even stand by his repulsive call for the forced brainwashing of millions of Americans.

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