By AATTP Contributor, Han Chimpson
At a recent protest outside the U.S. Supreme Court, two reporters from the Culture and Media Institute interviewed attendees who were against gay marriage. They were asked if they were against gays in general. The responses were varied, but all carried the common theme of “we love gays, but we hate the sin.”
The tone in some cases was rather condescending, with at least one person saying that they are “choosing an immoral lifestyle” and another person even responded that she felt sorry for homosexuals because they had been “indoctrinated” by the “homosexual agenda” and “professors.” Others said that they are simply “praying for them.”
One wonders how those people would feel if a group of homosexuals got together and protested the sins of heterosexuals, such as getting divorced, having sex before marriage, eating pork, dancing, coveting their neighbor’s belongings, and any other such sins that are in the Bible. We’re guessing that they would not “love” homosexuals as much as they say they do in this video.
Watch the video, courtesy of MRCtv:
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