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07/19/2010

Video: FRC is *the* conservative voice for biased service. And here's one of their 'experts'....

by Jeremy Hooper

For tomorrow evening's anti-DADT repeal webcast (8:30pm ET), the Family Research Council has recruited this man, the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer, to tell us all about what our armed forces should and should not do:



[Right Wing Watch]

Uncle Sam, meet Father Damnation.

Why this particular booking, FRC -- did all that Family Research still leave a hole in the Godwin's Law/ Spears-other-than-Britney-or-asparagus/ Islamophobia department?

**Webcast details [FRC] (*Note that Fischer isn't listed on the event summary. He's only listed in emails and on their "Washington Update" post)

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**Oh, and one more, this time featuring another FRC webcast "expert," Sen. Jim Inhofe (Very Far R-OK):


[Media Matters]

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