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Gordon Klingenschmitt: Gay couples raising children is child abuse

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During the March 3, 2014 edition of his "Pray In Jesus Name" program, Gordon Klingenschmitt once again insisted that gay couples raising children is equivalent to child abuse.

Yes, again.

Second only to insisting that everything he hates (also known as everything other than the American Taliban) is caused by demonic possession, slandering the LGBT community whenever possible is Klingenschmitt's favorite passtime. He has come to this column's attention for insisting that LGBTs use child molesting as a recruitment tool, want to have sex in your house and force Christians to participate in sodomy, and are using the Employment Non-Discrimination Act as part of a conspiracy to ruin Christian businesses.

This time, Klingenschmitt begins by responding (we think) to a case two women who were arrested on charges of child abuse after a bruised and malnourished 8 year-old girl was in the couple's home.

"Even if a child is not physically abused, what's the next worst thing you can do to a child?" he asked rhetorically. "It's to take away their mother."

"In the case of homosexual couples who get 'married,' so to speak," he continued, "and then they adopt children, even if they never physically harm those children, they are taking away that child's right to a mother, or maybe they're taking away that child's right to a father. And that, in my opinion, is also abusive."

Klingenschmitt's "opinion" is also that homosexuals need to wear diapers "because their treacherous sin causes them to lose control of their bowels", an opinion which could only possibly have its roots in two things:

  1. Bigotry.
  2. Personal experience.

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