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SEESHOLTZ: When Words Frighten: Wal-Mart and the New Jersey Supreme Court
When Words Frighten: Wal-Mart and the New Jersey Supreme Court

October 30 2006
Counterbias.com
MEL SEESHOLTZ


Hitlers National Socialist German Workers Party used the Bible and their perversion of Christianity to promote bigotry, discrimination and hatred of Jews, gypsies, the physically and mentally impaired and, of course, homosexuals. The Klu Klux Klan still uses the Bible and their perversion of Christianity to promote bigotry, discrimination and hatred of Blacks, Jews and, of course, homosexuals. The American Family Association constantly uses the Bible and their perversion of Christianity to promote bigotry, discrimination and hatred, but they have a more focused target: homosexuals and any group or company that supports the social recognition or legal equality of gay and lesbian Americans, such as the dastardly pro-homosexual Wal-Mart chain.

Don Wildmons American Family Association which is dedicated to demeaning, denigrating and, if possible, destroying gay and lesbian Americans and their families

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