Stephen Colbert Proves My Point About the Gay Marriage Slippery Slope (Video)

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(Photo: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly)The marquee for "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" is seen on the Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan, New York, August 21, 2015. Colbert is set to host the show, which was previously presented by David Letterman.

Last week, TV host Stephen Colbert took aim at those who oppose same-sex "marriage" and believe that it will open the door to all kinds of other "marital" arrangements.

To the delight of his TV audience, and utilizing his comedic gifts, he mocked Rep. Steve King and Dr. Ben Carson before getting to the heart of his presentation: Stephen Colbert's All-Inclusive Wedding Cake Toppers.

What makes this so ironic, though, is that the very arguments he raised actually prove that the slippery slope argument is true.

Watch this 9-minute video where I have some fun with Stephen Colbert and thank him for proving our point.

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Stephen Colbert Proves My Point About the Slippery Slope
Michael Brown is the host of the nationally syndicated talk radio show The Line of Fire and is the president of FIRE School of Ministry. His newest book (September, 2015) is Outlasting the Gay Revolution: Where Homosexual Activism Is Really Going and How to Turn the Tide. Connect with him on Facebook at AskDrBrown or on Twitter at drmichaellbrown.