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Did a Gay Activist Lie to the New Jersey Senate?

Dante9 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 5:57 PM
You are wrong in every one of your assertsions, each of your conclusions and mostly in your holier-than-though frame of reference. You are, of course, obviously wrong on the side of history being made today, most of which will soon survive your life. In the meantime, you will just spout you hateful, ignorant venom until you heart arteries harden 1% more each day and you march one step closer to your own grave. I pray you will finally find some salvation with that last breadth. You will never believe it because of you own suffering mental and emotional affliction, but gays are born that way and there is nothing you or you nasty little kind can do about it. You be better off spending more time on your March Madness bracket!
Beethovens10th Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 6:09 PM
Better to be on the "wrong side" of popular recent history than on the wrong side of eternity (where you obviously are.)

There was one particular testimony before the New Jersey Senate detailing the dangers of “gay conversion therapy” that was so riveting that it sounded like something taken straight out of a Hollywood script. It now appears that it was taken straight out of Hollywood. So, not only is the New Jersey Senate in danger of passing a terribly unfair, discriminatory bill, but the most compelling testimony presented appears to be a fabrication.

Before getting into the details of what appears to be an incredible hoax, it’s important to understand the nature of this very dangerous bill, which would make it illegal...