While lamenting over a recent ruling out of Florida that stated anti-marriage equality laws are unconstitutional, bigot-for-hire, Craig James, was challenged by a caller who wondered aloud how banning mixed-race marriages are any different from banning gay marriages. When faced with the obvious retort to his BS, James dodged the question, backpedaling and arguing that “the Bible didn’t say anything about interracial marriage” like it did gay marriage.
James would dodge the question yet again, claiming that there was “nothing in the Bible that prohibited interracial marriage,” and then lamenting how he was in his early 50s and that society was changing too fast for him to keep up with. He whined about how we cherry-pick the law to suit our needs, rather than relying on that mysterious “Judeo-Christian tradition” that right-wingers like James love to invoke when they need something that sounds inclusive, but really isn’t.
Recall his age; he would’ve been born in the 60s. He should remember the bigots then using the Bible to protest interracial marriage, but for some reason, he doesn’t. Convenient, don’t you think?
It’s very telling that James dodged these questions, twice. As a sponsored bigot for the Family Research Council, you would think that James would have answers to these questions. That he didn’t, and that he was forced to dodge them twice, tells you all you need to know about the anti-gay crowd.
You can listen to his remarks below:
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