In 1 Sentence, the American Family Association Gives CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, NYT, CBS, and Your Mother a Reason to Never Lend Credence To Its Positions Ever Again

Bottom line: you want to know who’s now running the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy and the Marines and calling the shots where it counts? Fundamentalist Muslims and homosexual activists. In fact, I’ll predict that there will be a day of prayer at the Pentagon on May 6, and it will feature a Muslim imam, a homosexual clergyman, and no conservative Christians of any kind. This is not your father’s military. It’s not even your father’s country anymore.

—Brian Fischer, a public policy director at the hate group AFA, claiming to know who is in charge of the U.S. armed forces. If the media needed one more reason to stop quoting, inviting on as guests, or even referencing the American Family Association in a serious conversation, this is it. [via]

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  • Pitou

    Yet they still will.

  • dvlaries

    ” Television is a wonderful time-saver. It allows you to make a fool of yourself in front of large groups of people instead of one at a time.” – Linda Ellerbee


    So blinded by Gay hate this schmuck never stops to consider that not so FUN but definatley mentalist muslim pricks pretty much want all the Gays to die horrible torturous deaths (you know like gluing their asses shut with surgical glue and waiting for them to literaly implode)……not exactaly the group of soliders they would plot to take over the military with…..

  • FreddyMertz

    Has this guy ever served in any of the US armed forces?

  • Cam

    The military is actually much more Christian than it has ever been before. They are having Fundamentalist Christian PRAYER breakfasts at the Pentagon!

    Additionally, can you imagine the day of prayer where you have a gay clergy and a muslim Iman on the same dias?

  • RS

    Right, because fundamentalist Muslims and homosexual activities have SO much in common. We’re such strong allies.

  • RS

    @RS: Sorry, that should be “…homosexual activists…,” not “activities.”

  • AlanReeser

    Bryan Fischer is a real, live, walking, talking piece of fecal matter.

  • Michael

    Hello Closet Case…

  • Steve

    Did anyone else notice that the quoted text is five (5) sentences, not one (1) sentence as claimed?

    They used to teach counting in kindergarten.

    As for the actual gist of the matter — Of course, the AFA is being as ridiculous as ever.

  • Atagrem

    Homosexual activists aren’t the problem. They are attempting to solve the problems created by the Bryan Fischers of the world who fear anything that is not like them. As most of the world is NOT like them, they must live in constant fear.

    This statement has the same quality as a two-year-old lashing out when he learns he must share the toys with his brothers and sisters, but stubbornly insists they are his alone.

  • Richard

    Which of these five sentences are you referring to as the “1 sentence?”

  • jeffree

    The AFA will be proven wrong once May 6 rolls around.
    Please Queerty, remind us that day so we can look for his retraction or update!

    The AFA is three buckets of chicken short of a picnic! The stoopidness of lumping radical Islamic fundamentalists in with the gays is absolutely hardcore irrational & psychotic !

  • Nicholas

    @Steve: good catch.
    Also, where is the end quote (or is it unquote?)

  • Justin

    I had to put up with his crap for ten years (I live in Boise where he used to direct the Idaho Family Forum). In my government class in high school a series of speakers were brought in and he was one of them. He went on for ten minutes about how the Constitution says CONGRESS shall make no law establishing a national religion, meaning the President, State Legislature, or any other body of government can announce a national one and that there is no separation of church and state. This man is stupid but I didn’t know he couldn’t count to 15.

    When he got his job in Mississippi and left all of Boise emitted a collective sigh of relief. One of our local papers, the Boise Weekly. wrote a piece telling him to not let the door hit him in the ass on his way out and telling Mississippi how sorry we were for them.

  • Mike in Asheville, nee "in Brooklyn"

    “… This is not your father’s military….”

    My Dad was 17 when he enlisted in the Navy in 1943 and served aboard a ship that earned 5 battle stars including Iwo Jima and Okinawa.

    When I came out to my parents 30 years ago, my Dad gave me the biggest strongest hug, telling me “I’m so happy that you are so happy.”

    He also taught me and told me that my right to pursue my happiness was every bit as valid as each of my (4) brothers and every one else’s rights.

    Before he passed (1988), the two of us toured the USS Enterprise at Treasure Island during Fleet Week; he truly loved the sea and the Navy. I asked him why he never spoke about the battles that he was in all those years before. He told me that is was too painful thinking about his 2 best friends that were killed right beside him; he gave no details. “But, you know, we fought for what we thought was right; and don’t forget that means for you and Mike too!” (Same name Mike was my BF of 2 years then; when I told my Dad when we decided that Mike was moving in with me, my Dad said, “That’s exciting; just don’t fuck it up because I really like him.”

    Fuck that turd Brian Fischer; according to his bio on his own web-site, he never served in the US military, another fucking chicken hawk.

    I’ll take my father’s military every day.

  • The Bony Man

    There is only one sentence that adequately describes my response to this. WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?!

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