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Fox News hosts: ‘Tony Perkins has no persuasive argument against equal marriage’

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  1. Hold the front page! Fox News appear to be backing same sex marriage!

    Well I never!

  2. Robert in S. Kensington 27 Mar 2013, 3:28pm

    I’m surprised Fox doesn’t can him for it, but they won’t because he’s raking in millions of dollars for them.

    Now if only the Burrowes and Loughton religious agenda gang would have an epiphany and evolve into the 21st century.

  3. Jon "maddog" Hall 27 Mar 2013, 3:28pm

    Karl Rove’s “New Republicans”

  4. I guess Bill and Kelly finally experienced anal sex for themselves and found there was nothing to be ashamed of after all.Thats the only thing I can see that would have changed their view.

    1. funny! but perhaps not together, although…

  5. They can see the tide of public opinion has changed and now they don’t want to be on the wrong side of it. Nothing to do with their convictions. It’s easy to be in favour of equality once it’s popular.

    1. Bingo! It’s all about the money — it is with Perkins, too, I’m sure, but he’s painted himself into a corner.

  6. Murdoch ALWAYS backs the winning side. It’s the way his outlets operate … and then he claims to have ‘persuaded’ the public.

  7. Even the GOP understand the gig is up. All they want now is towin the next congressional votes and the Presidency in2016. So they have to scamble now to make up for lost time and a lost cause. This horse is dead and it`s time to pick up the traces and move on. It is really so comical though how they can profess to have principles , but how quick they can grovel on the floor , and stomp all over those principles when it comes to getting to the trough first. What a bunch of swine.

    1. Robert in S. Kensington 27 Mar 2013, 5:54pm

      Many republicans secretly want DOMA struck down so it doesn’t become a wedge issue which lost them the election in 2008 and 2012. They are swine as you say.

  8. only 2 weeks ago he was advocating nazi-style death squads for gays (i made this up) and not he wants us to believe he’s for equal marriage? was his voice all funny because his tongue was stuck in his cheek? cattle prod?! yes, they’d be on the right side of history for accepting that this is happening whether they like it or not, but (having watched their news shows on sky (which i wouldn’t recommend)) i’m so not convinced that they (fox/murdoch) has had any kind of epiphany. he’s doing a john major in my opinion…

  9. The scramble to be on the right side of history is deafening! I just hope we’re all taking note of how homophobic some of these vile morons have been in the past and how now they want to be on the winning side. In my ‘bible’ hypocricy is sin #1. I certainly won’t forget some of the disgistingly homophobic and hateful things that have been said bty people like O’Reilly in the past.

  10. I don’t thing we should consider this a political shift just yet. O’Reilly is just one of the talking heads guarding the inhabitants of Bullsh*t Mountain from rejoining the world of the sane. Fox News is a propaganda machine which dumbs down America by the day through disinformation and their slanted agendas. See their anchors spewing forth feces from their mouths in my visual homage to the network on my artist’s blog at

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