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01/18/2011

'You see, [insert apparently interchangeable anti-equality group] is unique'

by Jeremy Hooper

You see, the anti-equality Massachusetts Family Institute is unique. Here, let MFI president Kris Mineau tell you that for himself:

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Though MFI's not unique enough, apparently, since this very same message can be transposed verbatim onto Louisiana Family Forum and signed off on by its president, Gene Mills:

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Or over to Virginia's Family Foundation, where President Victoria Cobb uses the exact same words as if they are her own "unique" take:

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Or the NJFPC, where prez Len Deo does the same:

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Ditto in Arizona, with CAP president Cathi Herrod:

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Though we do have to praise the Minnesota Family Council's John Helmberger for at least trying to make the wording his own:

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And praise also goes to Michael Geer of PFI, who at least saw fit to strike the "unique" claim altogether:

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So what is all this, beyond more evidence that the "pro-family" groups share one organizational brain? Well, it's actually part of a shared plan that has been designed from a force on high (presumably from Focus on the Family, but we're waiting for confirmation on that) to battle "evil" in politics. It's called "Ignite: An Enduring Cultural Transformation," and its fires are determined to burn away your constitutional rights.

Here's the shared purpose statement used by all of the above groups:

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Hint: Our civil equality is not what they see as "good."

After the jump is a collection of some (but far from all) of the two year battle plans that these statewide groups have been disseminating to followers. Have a look and keep at least one of the copies on file:


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*Also interesting how "small group[s] of donors" suddenly materialized in all of the locales to help finance this effort. Check out these, just two sets of the promotional materials used to promote this "IGNITE" effort:

Louisiana:

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Pennsylvania:

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