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Topic - Greg Quinlan
Boy Scouts learn to start fires by rubbing two sticks together. Now, the national Scout leadership is playing with fire. Scratch that -- they're playing with explosives.
Bolstered by their recent wins at the ballot box, gay-marriage activists say they are looking to build on their newfound momentum at the ballot box and in the courtroom.
How long will it take before Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal retires and turns up on cable TV as a proverbial "Pentagon pundit"?
"They believe in reparative therapy because all therapy is about repairing something," said Mr. Quinlan. "Whether you are repairing an alcoholic, or someone with depression, or you are repairing a marriage, or you are repairing somebody with same-sex attraction — all therapy is about repairing something."
Restored Hope Network will bring the issue "back to biblical truth," said Greg Quinlan, director of government affairs for New Jersey Family First, who is ex-gay himself.