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Look: Anti-Gay Hate Group Issues GOP Voter Guide

by David Badash on December 21, 2011

in Bigotry Watch,Civil Rights,News,Politics,Religion

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The Family Research Council’s FRC Action PAC — which is the “legislative arm” of the FRC, an SPLC-certified anti-gay hate group — has just released their GOP voter guide. Apparently, in the 19th-century world these right wing religious zealot extremists live, the most important issues facing America are abortion, stem cell research, human cloning, the estate tax, gay marriage, ENDA, so-called activist judges, “parental educational choice,” and gays in the military.

In other words, the Family Research Council, headed by Tony Perkins, is virulently obsessed with denying civil rights to women, gays, and other minorities — including immigrants — protecting the rich, and home-schooling.

Oddly, the Affordable Care Act, aka “Obamacare,” didn’t make their list. They must be slipping.

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The FRC recently called President Obama’s international LGBT rights policy “fanatical” and “cultural imperialism,” and went out of control upon learning the Senate had passed the Defense Authorization Act that included a repeal of sodomy laws, because, as Perkins cried, “there’s nothing there to prosecute bestiality.”

Because, apparently, in the world of Tony Perkins, the only thing that prevents Americans from screwing sheep, is the law. Apparently, Perkins has little trust of his fellow man, or of his fellow man’s sensibilities, which says a lot about Perkins.

Perkins, in September, had strongly suggested an unnamed American military leader lied to Congress in his testimony that supported repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. It’s not like we’re at war. If a Democrat had done that, the right would be apoplectic.

And last month, FRC, the so-​called “pro-​family” hate group, awarded a deadbeat dad Congressman — Tea Party Rep. Joe Walsh — a 100% “True Blue” rating. GOP family values, yeah!

Hat tip Joe.My.God.


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StanleyJames December 21, 2011 at 4:29 pm

I've actually met Perkins #2, Peter spriggs. Of course he never admits he is a baptist minister, the religious culture of slavery, the kkk and segregation.

He was a legislator with perkins in the LA legislature – one of the most bigoted in the nation, and described to me by someone who knew him there as a "really extreme piece of work".

the big deal is that as usual, We find that FRCs founder and still active till recently, George Rekers, another baptist minister, hired a male escort from to go with him on a 2 week vacation to Europe, where the boy (21 year old college male prostitute) admitted they had sex.

Not at all surprising, the louder and nuttier they are, the more likely they fit shakespears definition – "the lady doth protest too much"

The even bigger deal is that Reker was able to pay $15000 for the "escort" service.

Hate is just another big business in AmeriKKKa. Some for money and some for power

I also pulled Spriggs pix off the net and showed it to some gay friends. Almost everone – well you can guess what their gaydar said about Spriggs, and some also re Perkins.

Ned_Flaherty December 23, 2011 at 3:19 am

The topmost goal of the Family Research Council is denying 31 million LGBT Americans their constitutional rights. The FRC's true focus is not "families" and not "research."

The proof is that a full 50% of the issue questions are all about oppressing LGBTs.

StanleyJames January 8, 2012 at 8:00 pm

I've also discovered that the44re are hundreds of thousands of hits re southern baptist – child molestation. It makes one wonder whether the so. baptist group is embarrased to have spritgs as a minister and kicked him out.

Maybe because he was playing "catholic priest" Just a guess

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