Media Matters:

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), an organization dedicated to combatting anti-Semitism, condemned Family Research Council (FRC) president and regular Fox News and CNN guest Tony Perkins for his "deeply offensive" comments comparing LGBT non-discrimination protections with the Holocaust. On June 6, Perkins blasted a Colorado Civil Rights Commission ruling finding that a baker had violated the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to bake a cake for a gay couple, asking on his radio program Washington Watch, "I'm beginning to think, are re-education camps next? When are they going to start rolling out the boxcars to start hauling off Christians?" Perkins' remarks echoed his statement in April that the LGBT movement "reminds me of Nazi Germany."

From ADL President Abraham Foxman's statement:

Tony Perkins' invocation of the Holocaust in his statement referring to a judge's finding that a baker unlawfully discriminated against gay customers is offensive and inappropriate. There is no comparison between contemporary American political issues and the actions of Hitler's regime during the Holocaust. Such inappropriate analogies only serve to trivialize the Holocaust and are deeply offensive to Jews and other survivors, as well as those Americans who fought valiantly against the Nazis in World War II. We urge Perkins to apologize and to refrain from using Holocaust imagery to make his point.

I believe fantasies are there to be fulfilled, as anyone who reads "Savage Love" knows, so maybe someone should send a boxcar to FRC HQ to pick up Tony. Just Tony, no one else, and only to "haul" Tony around the block a couple of times while he jacks himself off. And maybe if Tony was required to go for a boxcar ride and have a wank before going on TV he would be able to focus on the issues at hand and not the persecution fantasies that get him so hard—and that might help Tony refrain from using Holocaust imagery to make his lying, hateful "point."