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PhoboQuotable - Peter Sprigg

"Pro-homosexual activists will describe the issue as one of identity – 'who they are.' But the real issue is one of behavior – what they do. And what Harvey Milk (like other homosexual activists) wanted was not only the freedom to engage in homosexual sex, but the right to do so without ever being criticized. Milk told one audience that 'it is madness to ... be ashamed of the sexual act, the act that conceived you. ...' Yet homosexual acts never conceived anyone, which is what separates them, undeniably, from heterosexual acts. Since Harvey Milk died from an assassin's bullet, over a quarter million American men have died of AIDS, which they contracted because they had sex with other men. What's truly 'madness' is that someone whose only claim to fame is that they promoted such deadly behavior should be honored with a Presidential Medal of Freedom." - Family Research Council "senior fellow" Peter Sprigg, writing for World Net Daily.

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