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Paul Cameron is "open to the idea" of a gay death penalty

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On February 25th, 2014, Paul Cameron, the chairman of the Family Research Institute, threw a wrench in any illusions the group may have had about convincing anyone they are not a hate group by stating on the David Parkman Show, not only that he supported a new law in Uganda by which homosexuality can be punishable by death, but that he would be open to the idea of pursuing similar legislation in the United States.

"One must understand those who act on their homosexual desires or interests usually end up being parasites on society, and parasites that are very dangerous for society, not only because they take far more than they contribute to society, but they particularly injure children," said Cameron.

Cameron wisely hesitated from offering his full support to such a measure and admitted that he had no idea how such legislation would be carried out, but still claimed that many societies have decreed the death penalty for "homosexual molestation or rape," and stated that he would be "open to" such a measure.

"I have no particular, nor my colleagues, any particular stance on this except to say this is not an unreasonable thing, especially as we consider, as we’re looking right now, at news reports all across the world regarding those with homosexual interests in children have done to children," said Cameron.

Back in that pesky little thing called reality, however, Cameron cannot find any link between homosexuality and molestation or pedophilia, a fact for which Cameron should be very well aware as it was his constant pursuit of such nonsense that resulted in his expulsion from the American Psychological Association and the American Sociological Association.

The American Taliban's war against reality is as futile as ever.

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