CNN hosts DADT debate with Alex Nicholson and guest from anti-gay hate group

Alex Nicholson, as always, does an excellent job. He was rational and talked facts. Peter Sprigg, as always, was hateful and hysterical. No surprise, he works for the Family Research Council, a designated hate group. Not sure why CNN continues to invite guests from anti-gay hate groups. At the end of the interview, John King says “it is a controversial debate.” Actually, it’s not. The American people are overwhelmingly on our side. It’s only controversial for the homophobes.

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