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Family Research Council's Sprigg: I'd Prefer to Export Homosexuals

The Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg spoke to the Medill Reports about the Uniting America Families Act, which would eliminate discrimination with regard to foreign partners of gay and lesbian citizens, allowing them to obtain permanent resident status in the same way that spouses do.

SpriggNot surprisingly, Sprigg had some unenlightened things to say about how he feels gays and lesbians should be treated with regard to immigration.

Said Sprigg: "I would much prefer to export homosexuals from the United States than to import them into the United States because we believe homosexuality is destructive to society."

And no doubt he would if he could.

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  1. It's important that, in these waning days of the UltraRight-Wing, we identify these Christ-Nazi citizens and learn their motives and plans. They are extremely dangerous to American Democracy.

    Christian-Nazism has no place in American politics.

    [email protected]

    Posted by: rob adams | Mar 20, 2008 5:58:02 PM


  2. "I would much prefer to export homosexuals from the United States than to import them into the United States because we believe homosexuality is destructive to society."
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    Funny we feel the same about you. What a tool.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Mar 20, 2008 6:03:33 PM


  3. Jesus fucking christ, they want to run us out of the country now? Somebody seriously needs to start putting a bullet in one of these motherfucker's heads. Where's our version of the Black Panthers?

    Posted by: crispy | Mar 20, 2008 6:14:00 PM


  4. I wasn't aware of this partnership bill. I hope more gets posted on this status of this as it moves thru (or doesn't) to legislation. Years ago (like 8 or 9) there was something similar in Congress, i think referred to as the Valentine's Act, which would assist getting foreign-born partner's into the US. But then 9/11 happened & i guess it got forgotten about as immigration tightened?

    Posted by: Daniel | Mar 20, 2008 7:25:10 PM


  5. The real tragedy is that they are able to do all this harm with tax deductable donations from their supporters.

    Posted by: Speedieg | Mar 20, 2008 8:28:02 PM


  6. Export? For real? This man makes me want to march in the streets waving the flag! Who does he think he is talking about "exporting". What a fool!

    Posted by: RB | Mar 20, 2008 8:43:39 PM


  7. I meam, why give this idiot free publicity. I am so used to these type of comments from these hate groups that I'm no longer as offended as I used to be.

    Posted by: Sinda | Mar 20, 2008 9:03:42 PM


  8. Dear Mr. Sprigg,

    The Family Research Council has lots and lots of money and can raise even more. If you wish to export LBGT to another country, I would suggest you start offering college/vocational scholarships to LBGT persons.
    After graduation, Canada would be happy to import those useful queer diploma holders. And I promise you, we'd never come back.

    Sincerely,

    Posted by: Wheezy | Mar 20, 2008 9:11:35 PM


  9. Export, sure. To Madasgascar, a great final solution, eh Mr. Sprigg?

    Posted by: Lia | Mar 20, 2008 10:01:21 PM


  10. Dear Mr. Sprigg,

    Can your organization please hook me up with a job, a sponsor, and an immigration lawyer in Vancouver, Toronto, London, Berlin, or Amsterdam?

    Thanks,
    A homosexual who is tired of the USA

    Posted by: John T | Mar 20, 2008 10:15:19 PM


  11. Here Comes The Train Again

    Posted by: John In Manhattan | Mar 20, 2008 11:07:52 PM


  12. JOHN T, Hear, Hear!

    I wish we could export hateful ignorant bigots!

    Posted by: Zeke | Mar 20, 2008 11:48:02 PM


  13. Oh, no! Mr. Sprigg, I have every intention of staying here to make sure I make your life as difficult as possible. What with that and bringing down society, I'm pretty busy. Oh, and please get a nicer haircut. Just because you're a low-life trash in a suit, you should at least comb your hair.

    See ya, girlfriend.

    Posted by: David | Mar 21, 2008 12:31:09 AM


  14. The LGBT community should slowly start buying up property in Staten Island, after all it was named after the Dutch parliament!

    There are only 500,000 residents and plenty of open space! Shouldn't take us long. Then we can secede from the union!

    Posted by: qjersey | Mar 21, 2008 7:26:52 AM


  15. How very un-American of him.

    Posted by: ridwah | Mar 21, 2008 8:19:07 AM


  16. If he's talking about some gorgeous tropical island and a pension to go along with it, I'm in! Sign me up!

    Posted by: Banne | Mar 21, 2008 9:20:32 AM


  17. pass the UAFA bill it will create a stronger nation, for people wil start building lives together and therefore create jobs.

    Posted by: duane harrison | Mar 21, 2008 9:54:39 AM


  18. I'd prefer to export religion addicts. They clearly have no interest in being cured.

    Posted by: Jake | Mar 21, 2008 10:09:28 AM


  19. Can y'all please see that men like this fascist asshole who have real power within Conservative movement are far more dangerous to us than the LIBERAL Jeremiah Wrights in this country.

    Posted by: Derrick from Philly | Mar 21, 2008 10:25:42 AM


  20. Rob Adams, with all due love and respect, these are NOT "the waning days of the UltraRight-Wing". In fact, those people have only just begun.....

    And I agree with Crispy: maybe some christy-bashing is what all this will have to come to.

    Posted by: mike | Mar 21, 2008 12:35:20 PM


  21. We might as well ask Phelps what he would do.

    Posted by: anon | Mar 21, 2008 2:26:07 PM


  22. I think DERRICK makes a good point.

    The Family Research Council, along with Focus on the Family, the Traditional Values Coalition, the American Family Association, the Moral Majority and others like them are where Bush and the Republicans get their spiritual counseling and advice.

    Is there anyone here who actually believes that Jeremiah Wright and his controversial style of liberation theology is the real threat to secular values in America today?

    Posted by: Zeke | Mar 21, 2008 2:49:47 PM


  23. ZEKE,

    no. i hope not.

    re: sprigg.

    this is why i think that people need to take their noses out of the bible and study history. where do these nitwits think the western concept of jesus as a man with long, wavy, brown hair came? it was from the great european homos of the renaissance: leonardo da vinci, michelangelo, donatello, raphael (yes, all the ninja turtles) and so many others.

    never mind the contributions, by dint of their strength and wisdom, to western culture that alexander the great and hadrian made. never mind the intellectual contributions of christopher marlowe (whom shakespeare emulated), sir frances bacon, and so many others made. but more pertinent to present civilization was the contribution those queers (who would otherwise be destroying society) made to the salvation of the west. one of those was alan turing who solved the encryption of the german enigma machine, which enabled the allies to defeat germany.

    oh yes, export us all. then you are welcome to the hell on earth that america will become.

    Posted by: nic | Mar 21, 2008 3:37:46 PM


  24. NIC, HEAR, HEAR!!!!

    Posted by: Zeke | Mar 21, 2008 5:08:06 PM


  25. I find it very insulting that the reporter refered to the Family Research Council as a "pro-family" group rather than refering to those supporting the gay families as pro-family. The FRC is nothing but an anti-gay hate group who have given themselves a scientific-sounding name in spite of the fact they don't do any real "research."
    Would she have refered to the Klan as a "pro-American group" and to a Grand Dragon suggesting shipping blacks out of the country as a pro-American? Anyone can see how insulting that would be to blacks who consider themselves Americans too.
    The mainstream media has a tendency to use the anti-gay lobby's insulting lingo without even seeming to be aware of the bias it betrays.

    Posted by: GregV | Mar 22, 2008 4:57:57 PM


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