In case you missed it, progressive radio host David Pakman this week hosted discredited anti-gay activist Paul Cameron, a man who has claimed the average gay man only lives to be 42, gay soldiers will rape their straight counterparts and thinks the president is on the closet.
The gents discuss Obama's alleged homosexuality, the president's gay marriage support, the dastardly homosexual invasion of sitcoms and his past attraction to men, which he predictably blames on sexual abuse.
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Radio host David Pakman spent some time discussing Sean Harris, the North Carolina pastor who advocated beating gay children into heterosexuality, and the pastor's church during his radio show this week.
In addition to highlighting the relationship between homophobia, sexism and misogyny, Pakman also called up Harris' church, Berean Baptist Church, and asked whether the church as a whole agreed with Harris' controversial comments.
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David Pakman gets straight to the point in an interview with AFA hate group spokesbigot Bryan Fischer.
As you recall, Fischer is the radio mouthpiece of a certified hate group who claims Hitler was gay and the Nazi party started in a gay bar, wants homosexuality criminalized and calls it a "deathstyle", believes being gay is a choice, and has alleged that gay soldiers will commit hate crimes against Christian soldiers.
Pakman's skill is in throwing Fischer's ridiculous worldview into nutty relief with his level-headed line of questioning.
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David Pakman interviews the Westboro Baptist Church's Shirley Phelps-Roper about the threats from hacker group Anonymous, which Anonymous said over the weekend were made up by the WBC.
Pam Spaulding notes that the conversation turned to claims made by her estranged brother Nate that the children of the Fred Phelps were abused, SPR lashes out:
"Phelps-Roper indicated that hitting children is part of 'teaching children exactly like their creator told them to do it,' causing Pakman to ask later in the interview whether police involvement was appropriate."
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