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03/08/2011

Audio: You know what'd really help America? If FRC stopped lying.

by Jeremy Hooper


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The administration is not enforcing DOMA? The President's killing it? Failing to uphold it? Bullsh*t! Pure, unadulterated untruth!

True, the administration is no longer defending DOMA in court -- but it is still the law of the land and is still being treated as such. DOMA is as restrictive, hurtful, offensive, discriminatory, nauseating, and costly this tax season as it was last. FRC's precious little historical pockmark is still sullying America's face.

It's one thing for FRC to criticize the Administration's lack of defense. But deliberately lying in order to elicit just an extra "oomph" of outrage is another thing entirely. Especially on a subject where groups like FRC have already stirred up more deception, code-wording, and baseless fear-mongering than any great nation or her people ever deserves.

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*SEE ALSO: Washington Blade recently explored the issue of enforcement.

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