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Tony Perkins Is Ever So Pissed At Apple

After complaints from LGBT activists, a few days ago Apple quietly removed an iPhone app for the Manhattan Declaration, whose signers vow to disobey all laws granting rights to gay Americans. Tony Perkins, head of the Family Research Council hate group, is furious.
Silencing opposition has become a winning strategy for the Left because fewer people seem willing to speak up. On issues like marriage, where homosexuals are clearly losing the debate, they'll simply try to put the question beyond debate. And until we push back, liberals will continue to throw the trump card of hate until there are no longer two sides to any issue. America is starting to play by their rules of "if you can't say anything nice about homosexuality, don't say anything at all." And increasingly, the Left is recruiting the big hitters of the cultural and corporate movements to join them. When they offend us, it's "tolerance." When we disagree with them, it's "hate." Speak out, America! Contact Apple and urge them to support real equality--and that means giving both sides a say.
Let's all use Perkins' link (above) and thank Apple for not giving a voice to hatred.

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