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Tony Perkins: If the Supreme Court Approves 'Unnatural' Gay Marriage Then 'Revolution' Will Take Place - VIDEO


Hate group leader Tony Perkins and his Family Research Council colleague Peter Sprigg are alarmed about the marriage equality wins in the last election, saying that if it leads to the Supreme Court approving of "unnatural" gay marriage, then a "revolution" could "explode" and "break this nation apart", Right Wing Watch reports.


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  1. Go ahead, Tony, make yourself and your sad little group of bigots more and more irrelevant.

    Posted by: Jimcracky | Nov 9, 2012 11:16:49 AM

  2. The only thing breaking apart will be his bank account.

    Posted by: Byron St. James | Nov 9, 2012 11:17:19 AM

  3. Let it happen. Let these ignorant, lying, backwards clockstoppers have their own country to run into the ground. We'll see how they like the new freedom. You know--the one that says you can never have sex unless you're married to a member of the opposite sex, you can't watch porn, you can't watch anything other than wholesome Christian programming on television and religious biopics at the movies, you must attend church every Sunday upon pain of inprisonment or death, books are burned (except the bible and certain Tim La Haye trash) and those who act differently are put to death immediately.


    Posted by: bearish | Nov 9, 2012 11:19:54 AM

  4. Bring it on sucker. Your hate is un-natural.

    Posted by: Sargon Bighorn | Nov 9, 2012 11:21:23 AM

  5. these folks also literally believe that every single Jew exterminated in the Holocaust is in "Hell" for all eternity.

    therefore they should be ignored.

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Nov 9, 2012 11:22:01 AM

  6. I've always wondered what it would be like to be the cause of Civil War II. Guess I better get my hoop skirt out of mothballs.

    Posted by: AJ | Nov 9, 2012 11:22:04 AM

  7. Americans on both sides of any issue will, if pushed far enough, pull out the "revolution" card, or the "secession" card, but the fact is that the majority of Americans are WAY to busy to revolt. We're watching reality television, watching the commercials, then going out and buying things we can't afford that we saw on those commercials, and trying to pay off those bills. Add to that the constant state of terror and rage the media tries to keep us in all the time, and, well, who has the time?

    BUT. This kind of talk does do one thing: it plants a seed in a very specific kind of person. A person that isn't too busy. A person that obsesses over it. And that person might decide one day that maybe there would be a revolution, if one person just touched it off by one act of violence. And suddenly, they have a mission in life.

    Posted by: Eric | Nov 9, 2012 11:25:22 AM

  8. He feels free to say things like this to friendly news outlets. But when he appears before the mainstream media they need to ask him if he sees comments like this as treason. It is not legal to call for the violent overthrow of the US government.

    Posted by: Charlie | Nov 9, 2012 11:25:29 AM

  9. Bring it on, Tony, bring it on!

    Posted by: robert | Nov 9, 2012 11:25:34 AM

  10. Don't we all deserve a grace period after this election where we don't have to watch, listen to or read any more of what these drama queens spew out? Can't we impose a ban of silence on the Perkinses, LaSalvias and Browns of the world? The holidays are upon us, aren't there any jingling bells, brassy trombones, cheerful carolers or rejoicing tabernacle and gospel choirs to drown out those ugly noises? Don't these guys have turkeys to hunt, pumpkins to slaughter and houses to decorate? They can't leave ALL of that to their wives, for goodness sake!

    Posted by: hugo | Nov 9, 2012 11:25:38 AM

  11. I'd like to see them try. They'd be kicked to the curb so fast they wouldn't know what hit them.

    Posted by: ravewulf | Nov 9, 2012 11:28:05 AM

  12. Trouble makers.

    Posted by: Tony | Nov 9, 2012 11:30:44 AM

  13. What a little drama queen. The revolution has already taken place. it just wasn't the one he wanted.

    Posted by: EchtKultig | Nov 9, 2012 11:32:31 AM

  14. Would this be a good time to help them materialize the plan of a right-wing white Evangelical takeover of South Carolina (outside Charlston and its suburbs)?

    Instead of the rest of us going back to Africa or wherever - they could pack up the minivans and head for Spartanburg, etc.

    The Palmetto state welcomes you.

    Posted by: Intrigued | Nov 9, 2012 11:33:44 AM

  15. Would this be a good time to help them materialize the plan of a right-wing white Evangelical takeover of South Carolina (outside Charlston and its suburbs)?

    Instead of the rest of us going back to Africa or wherever - they could pack up the minivans and head for Spartanburg, etc.

    The Palmetto state welcomes you.

    Posted by: Intrigued | Nov 9, 2012 11:33:45 AM

  16. Uh, Tony? If the Supreme Court repeals DOMA and declares it unconstitutional, you should see it for what is: the rule of law. Your reaction shall be called for what it is: sedition and, perhaps, treason.

    Oh, and, uh, Tony? Go ahead. Revolt. I will be ready to defend my right to live and breath free in the nation of my birth.

    If that requires me to silence you for good, then so be it.

    Posted by: jamal49 | Nov 9, 2012 11:34:12 AM

  17. ~Clutches pearls~

    A anti-gay marriage revolution? What on earth would like look like? Who do these two sinister feckwits think would join? What do they imagine would happen?

    They're running on empty. Not that I don't take their explicit threat of violence seriously. They should be run off the air for this.

    Posted by: yonkersconquers | Nov 9, 2012 11:34:53 AM

  18. I don't think I've heard the term "unchurched" till now.

    "Church me, stud! Church me hard! Oh yeah, keep churching me, that feels amazing." etc etc

    Posted by: Dan | Nov 9, 2012 11:37:51 AM

  19. Fundraising must be down since the election. Time to scare people again. The majority of Americans aren't listening anymore, Tony, and your base is wondering why they are wasting their money on you.

    That's the revolution that's happening, Tony.

    Posted by: jpeckjr | Nov 9, 2012 11:38:30 AM

  20. Go ahead and start a revolution and become a "taker" in society. The federal government will take care of you for the rest of your life.

    Posted by: simon | Nov 9, 2012 11:43:36 AM

  21. Oh, as exactly the same revolution that happened in Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain and Sweden? All of them are non-existent countries right now just because of marriage equality. *Uttering sarcam tone here* coff coff!

    Tony Perkins is soo delusional.

    Posted by: Betocreativo | Nov 9, 2012 11:47:27 AM

  22. By "revolution" does he mean he's going to finally come out?

    Posted by: Apl. | Nov 9, 2012 11:55:37 AM

  23. Bring it on, Tony!

    Posted by: Randy | Nov 9, 2012 12:06:28 PM

  24. Scared, scared Christians. Always so scared. Which leads me to believe that they have absolutely no faith in God.

    Posted by: Walt | Nov 9, 2012 12:09:48 PM

  25. It's obvious Tony Perkins and his likes must be losing fundings like water through a sieve. As more and more states will approve gay marriage by popular vote, and more and more gay couples will get married, more and more anti-gay bigots will realize that A) they are fighting a losing battle, and B) gays getting married has no impact whatsoever on them and their marriage. While there will always be (religious) people who might not actively approve of gay marriage, less people will actually be fearful of the consequences of it, since they'll see it has none for them. And they will certainly no longer donate their hard earned dollars to fund TP and his minions.

    Posted by: Lee | Nov 9, 2012 12:12:26 PM

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