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Watch: Hate Group Leader Peter Sprigg Is Happy DOMA is Keeping Same-Sex Marriage Off Military Bases

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Jonathan Hopkins of Outserve faces off against hate group leader Peter Sprigg of the Family Research Council on the topic of same-sex unions on military bases.

As I mentioned this morning, Chief of Navy Chaplains Rear Admiral Mark Tidd has (likely temporarily) revoked guidance issued allowing use of base facilities for same-sex marriages in states where it is legal, and allowing Navy chaplains to perform such services following pressure from conservatives and GOP lawmakers.

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. Just look at that picture. Peter Sprigg's face just DRIPS of hatred and negativity. What a horrible individual he is.

    Posted by: Francis | May 11, 2011 8:10:59 PM


  2. I agree completely. She was very fair in her questioning, but loved how she cut whats-his-name off at the end.

    Posted by: Philwin | May 11, 2011 8:23:47 PM


  3. Sprigg is like the "Chucky" doll in human form.

    Posted by: Tangipul | May 11, 2011 8:25:10 PM


  4. God, I can't wait until the world is rid of all these bigots!

    Posted by: PPH Services | May 11, 2011 9:05:30 PM


  5. What is with that hair! It looks like one of those plastic molded wigs:

    http://www.devo-obsesso.com/html/gear_pgs/plastics/redpomp.html

    Posted by: Lucien | May 12, 2011 12:30:18 AM


  6. Where are all the good guys to counteract this? Why are people in America allowed to still ban us from everything?? How are people not going crazy about all this trash against us still in 2011??

    Posted by: X | May 12, 2011 1:31:26 AM


  7. BTW ... "Peter Sprigg" is a euphemism for a tiny erection.

    Posted by: Philo | May 12, 2011 4:45:36 AM


  8. Why are the leaders of these hate groups allowed to appear every night of the week on television? They didn't write the laws, why not have the republicans who sponsored the legislation on to explain themselves?

    Posted by: Phil | May 12, 2011 4:56:06 AM


  9. i hope these bigoted people enjoy their moment in the spotlight. years from now, when society finally moves on from this nonsense, these are the people who will be dismissed and looked down on as backward, hateful and ignorant. society honors people who make a positive change in the world, such as those who took a stand against racial injustice, while the bigots fade into obscurity. sprigg and those like him will be an embarrassment to their children and children's children. shameful.

    Posted by: EO | May 12, 2011 7:59:24 AM


  10. @Phil-good point! Let the voters see the jackass they voted in! Problem is, the voters will be thumping their bibles in agreement. Wasn't the family research council named a "hate group"? By the way, does marriage need to be defended? The name of the bill signifies an attack. Perhaps the law should have been named
    "Exclusive Rights To Marriage Act" ERMA. Just name it for what it is. Denial of Marriage Act is more definitive.

    Posted by: kodiak | May 12, 2011 9:00:39 AM


  11. Peter Sprigg's hair looks as if it's been combed through with a cum-soaked comb.

    Posted by: brian | May 12, 2011 9:33:31 AM


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