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03/24/2011

Focus on the undying obsession

by Jeremy Hooper

These are the last ten stories posted to the RSS feed of Focus on the Family's Citizenlink site:

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And even the one we didn't highlight has LGBT elements, encouraging Focus' followers to lobby lawmakers on issues like marriage.

So to answer that question that has been going around "pro-family" circles and that Focus on the Family's Jeff Johnston posted to the Citizenlink blog just last week:

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We might actually say no. Because the obsession actually seems to be discrimination -- gays are just the scapegoat de rigueur.

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