Gay veteran Jay Foxsworthy, who served the Gulf War, has released the latest response video response to Rick Perry's now infamous political ad, in which Perry claims soething is wrong with America when gays can serve openly in the military but kids supposedly can't celebrate Christmas (on what planet?) or pray in schools (they can, schools just can't require that they do--but you know Perry doesn't worry himself with critical thinking and such).
"I am not ashamed to admit that I"m an out, gay Christian," says Jay Foxworthy, who lives in California. "My family goes to church every Sunday, and there is something wrong in this country when conservative Christians want to use God to attack my family."
Foxworthy, who is the subject of the documentary called The Right To Love: An American Family, along with his husband Bryan Leffew and their two children, told the Advocate "It’s so easy to only think of these issues as ideas or concepts that you agree or disagree with. It turns into something else when you know these are matters of life and love for real people who have names. You probably know many of them.” Watch Foxworthy's response below.