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Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron (CCOKC)

Posted by Tom Megginson | 16-04-2012 15:53 | Category: Human rights



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Kirk Cameron, whose claim to fame is that he was a main child character in the 1980s American sitcom Growing Pains, is now a right-wing Christian spokesperson who opposes things like the teaching of science in classrooms and same-sex marriage.

As if that isn’t bad enough, Kirk is also making other has-been child celebrities look bad. At least, that’s the message of this tongue-in-cheek “PSA” by Child Celebrities Opposing Kirk Cameron (CCOKC):

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It’s a little long, and the puns get a little old after a while, but the jab at openly-gay child (and successful adult) actor Neil Patrick Harris is pretty amusing.

 



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for what reason for oppose the Kirk by the child celebrity?
http://www.teamxutt.com/forum/profile/Savannaah/?sa=summary

Posted by Winston smith | 17-04-2012 13:17



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