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12/01/2010

Video: FRC's wacky #DADT hoedown

by Jeremy Hooper

Most of the Family Research Council's Don't Ask Don't Tell press conference was dreadfully boring. Our reactions were pretty close to the guy on the right:

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But then around the 49:30 mark, president Tony Perkins disappears to places unknown, fill-in moderator J.P. Duffy introduces Arthur Schultz of the International Conference of Evangelical Chaplain Endorsers, and all kinds of nutty breaks lose. We're talking fisting and rimming mentions, as the speakers (sans Tony) try to keep our armed forces limited to "morally ascendent people."

Watch as much as you can stomach:


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**Oh, and don't miss the truly disgusting scapegoating of transgender activist Autumn Sandeen around the 34:00 mark, where they purposely single her out from the GetEqual protesters with this graphic and caption:

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