Robertson and Gallagher React to Prop 8: "Pray For This Country"
The Prop 8 decision was, not surprisingly, the top story on today's edition of "The 700 Club" and the segment featured this rather ominous quote from the National Organization for Marriage's Maggie Gallagher:
I'm quite confident that, as serious as the threat from gay marriage is, it is not going to triumph in the end because political regimes that base themselves on lies about human nature cannot last in the end.
And when it came time for Pat Robertson to weigh in on the decision, he reacted with utter disbelief:
Ladies and gentleman, what are we facing? The homosexuals want to destroy the church and they want to destroy marriage. That's what it amounts to. It doesn't matter how sacred an institution is and how important it is to society as long as there can be confirmation that this lifestyle is acceptable. That's what they want.
Man, pray for this country.
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