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Bible beater Sandy Rios: 'King and King' fairy tale is homosexual propaganda

Justabill sent me this unbelievable clip of former Concerned Women head Sandy Rios, who now fronts some outfit called the Culture Campaign. She went on Hannity and Colmes to protest the fact that the benign fairy tale book King and King is being used in schools. It portrays two princes falling and love and marrying. 

RIOS: The problem is not tolerance, the problem is acceptance. They are propagandizing and indoctrinating our children.

COLMES: What are you afraid of?

RIOS: I’m not afraid Alan; our God is greater than anything that can be taught at the public school.

COLMES: What’s the worst thing that could happen?

RIOS: Homosexuals will say to you when you talk about whether they were born or not, they will say “did you think I chose to be this way?”  Because the disease and depression problems in that community are very great so why in the world would we propagandize this to our children?

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OK. That last statement is completely insane – how does that explain all the straight folks on antidepressants? In 2004, nearly 150 million prescriptions were written for antidepressants in the U.S. — I guess that’s an awful lot of gay folks, Rios. Our propagandizing is obviously working.

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