AFA’s Bryan Fischer Doesn’t Want Gays Sent to Prison. Just Forced to Undergo Therapy

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Bryan Fischer is the director of issues analysis for the American Family Association. Earlier this week, he told his radio audience that gays should be, by law, forced into rehabilitative therapy. That caused some people to get upset! So he went on Alan Colmes radio show to, uh, clear things up.

Here’s his clarification: “We should outlaw homosexual behavior for the same reason we outlaw intravenous drug use.”

Um. Noted?

Here’s more of Fischer “clarifying” his remarks, in a blog post published today:

Think for a moment of the current social controversies that could potentially be avoided if homosexual conduct was still against the law.

Gays in the military: problem solved. We shouldn’t make a place for habitual felons in the armed forces. End of discussion, end of controversy. If someone objects, ask them which other felonies the military ought to overlook in screening recruits.

Gay marriage: problem solved. We should never legalize unions between any two people when the union is forged specifically to engage in felony behavior. Would we sanction, for instance, the formation of a corporation whose stated purpose was to import illegal drugs?

Gay indoctrination in the schools: problem solved. We don’t want to raise a generation of schoolchildren to believe that felony behavior is perfectly appropriate. That’s why we spend so much money warning students about the danger of drugs.

Hate crimes laws: problem solved. We wouldn’t throw a pastor in jail for saying that illegal behavior is not only illegal but also immoral. For instance, he’s free to say that murder is not only contrary to man’s law but also to God’s law. End of the threat to freedom of religion and speech.

Special rights for homosexuals in the workplace: problem solved. No employer should be forced to hire admitted felons to work for him. End of the threat to freedom of religion and freedom of association in the marketplace.

Remember what we said about fringe group leaders posing as qualified experts? Ditto.

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