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What does FRC have against granddads?

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council intended to follow the National Org. For Marriage's lead in shunning both gay dads and the sitting U.S. President who just recognized them in his annual Father's Day proclamation. But instead, FRC staffers FAILed and directed their graphical ire toward's America's grandfathers:

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Obama's Two Dads [FRC]

Your father's father is your grandfather. So "Father's Father's Day" = grandfather's day, not two dads' day. Obviously.

But don't worry, grandpapas: Once you spend a little time learning what the FRC is all about, you'll no longer be offended to be the butt of their ridiculous, obsessive, discriminatory condemnations. Some "culture war" wounds are to be worn with honor!


*Oh and granddads, one more thing: Can you believe that this group is on record calling for the criminalization and/or exportation of some of their fellow citizens? It's totally true!! Here, check it out.

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