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By Diogenes (articles ) | Jan 21, 2005

Bill Cork does a nice job of vindicating James Dobson and Don Wildmon against the superior malice of the New York Times.

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  • Posted by: - Jan. 21, 2005 8:59 PM ET USA

    This reminds me of "Gay Pride Week" when I was in college. There was a "blue jeans" day, where everyone was encouraged to wear blue jeans to show their support of "Gay Pride Week". Because there is not universal support for their agenda, homosexual activists feel compelled to create the appearance that there is. Hence, they enlist a bunch of cartoon characters and label it "tolerance". All those cartoon characters can't be wrong, right? But the appearance is no more real than Sponge Bob.

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