well i don t really want to shake your hand you re intrinsically evil

“Well, I don’t really want to shake your hand, you’re intrinsically evil.”

February 21st, 2010 By: Michael Merritt
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At CPAC, Ryan Sorba’s denunciation of GOProud, a group of gay conservatives.

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Then later, he got into a debate with Alex Knepper, an openly gay conservative, which culminated in the above statement.  My reaction upon seeing that: “Woooow!”  I want to say that I don’t agree with Knepper characterization of Sorba’s speech as “evil” at the beginning of their conversation, but neither was Sorba any more correct in his own statement that gays are intrinsically evil.

That, by the way, must make all of us non-gay supporters of rights for them the right hand of intrinsic evil, so excuse me while I go and have some tea with the devil.

(H/T Andrew Sullivan)

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