Michelle Duggar's Son Josh Says Gay People Want 'Special Rights' Like Marriage (Audio)

| by Michael Allen
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Josh Duggar, the eldest of the 19 children of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, claimed today that gay people want "special rights" such as marriage.

Josh was hired in June to be the Executive Director of the Family Research Council's (FRC) political action committee.

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Filling in for FRC president Tony Perkins on the organization's radio show today, Josh told listeners that he has a lesbian aunt who opposes "special rights" for gay people, including marriage, notes

"I have an aunt who has chosen to live that life and I love my aunt. I think she is an amazing person," said Josh (audio below).

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"It's not about equal rights, when we're talking about policy, when we're talking about these things, it's really about special rights, a lot of these people want. And my aunt is one who has told me that she is not for all these measures that are being pushed when it comes to marriage and things. She believes that marriage is between one man and one woman," claimed Josh.

The 25 year old then bragged how he was in the "auto industry for a number of years" and has done business with many people in "homosexual lifestyle."

However, Josh did not explain how allowing gay people to marry like straight people do is a "special right" for homosexuals.