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PhoboQuotable - Bryan Fischer

"Defense Secretary Robert Gates has been suggesting that the military might not expel a service member whose sexual preference is revealed by a third party. That's utterly irrelevant. The law - and Gates knows this - simply says that homosexuality is incompatible with military service. You don't get a pass on the law just because your crime comes to the attention of somebody besides yourself.

"Gates' theory - you get to break the law as long as you don't rat yourself out - is absurd. Imagine if we applied that to any other realm of law enforcement. You, sir, get to go right on holding up banks because all we have to go on is ironclad eyewitness testimony from tellers, managers and other bank patrons. Please, please, pretty please admit you did it so we can lock you up. Otherwise, we will be forced to let you go so you can rob and pillage some more. That, of course, makes no sense in the real world. And it doesn't in the military either." - American Family Association radio host Bryan Fischer, saying that because Air Force Sgt. Jane Newsome was stupid enough to leave her marriage license in plain view in her home, local police were justified in turning her in.

Fischer has recently called for the imprisonment and forced mental therapy of LGBT people. He also says the Bible calls for the death of Sea World employees.

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