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Tony Perkins fears gay rights will cause humanity's extinction

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Tony Perkins' prolonged temper tantrum over the fact that members of the LGBT community are legally recognized as human beings in the United States continues.

The president of the Family Research Council, conspiracy theory enthusiast and devoted hypocrite has most recently come up with a novel (yet no less idiotic than usual) approach to his anti-gay stupidity, one certain to greatly upset many of his fundamentalist colleagues: Trying to use biology in his argument.

During a broadcast of Washington Watch, Perkins took a call from an equally moronic and morally ambiguous caller who said that gay people should be asked how they could exist "if it were not for physical relationship, intimacy between a man and a woman."

Perkins agreed with the caller, and followed it up with an extensive rant about how Obama is a Muslim under the influence of the devil.

"You're absolutely right," Perkins told the caller. "That's why if you think about it, its logical conclusion would be if it were normal it would be extinct, the human race would be extinct within time if it were normal.

"So you're right. Biology says the only we exist as human beings is that a man and a woman come together and we procreate. That's the reason that government has long recognize marriage is because it is the place in which children are born."

Mr. Perkins? Has the legal recognition of gay marriage in America made you gay?

It hasn't? Well, problem solved! Gee, that was easy.

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