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Rev. Franklin Graham on Sunday said that he stood by earlier comments agreeing with so-called gay "propaganda" bans in Russia because President Vladimir Putin was doing "what's right" for the country.
During a March interview with the Charlotte Observer, Graham had asserted that LGBT people were trying to "recruit" children by adopting them, and suggested that it was "exploitation."
He also said that he "agreed" with Putin because "protecting his nation's children was a pretty smart thing to do."
Speaking to ABC News on Sunday, Graham doubled down on his praise of the Russian president.
"Putin is going to do what's right for Russia, and not what's right for America, but for Russia," he opined.
And the wanking never dies.
The NY Times' David Brooks is a platinum card-carrying wanker of the highest order as he and other conservatives continue to portray President Obama as Weak and Weaker in matters of foreign policy. If Democratic politicians had attacked George Bush in this way during his presidency, the Beltway and right wing villagers would have attacked and vilified them as traitors for sure.
Even Chuck Todd joins the David Brooks party when he parroted Bill O'Reilly's crazy Doomsday scenario.
Here's Brooks on presidential testicles:
DAVID BROOKS: And, let's face it, Obama, whether deservedly or not, does have a (I'll say it crudely) but a manhood problem in the Middle East: Is he tough enough to stand up to somebody like Assad, somebody like Putin?