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06/17/2011

FRC uses cameras to paint gays as 'heartbreaking'; when will cable news stop using cameras to paint FRC as credible conservative voice?

by Jeremy Hooper

If history is any guide, the entire slate of GOP primary candidates will show up to speak at the Family Research Council's autumn "Values Voters Summit." And when they do, they will all -- all of them, from moderate to Bachmann -- be supporting a group that quite literally attaches a "clear and present danger" label to LGBT lives and loves:

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Kids covering their eyes, as if subjected to nuclear fallout. This is the FRC. Is this also the GOP?

Decisions must be made.

Break

*EARLIER: The trailer, with some notes about the more "REALLY, FRC?!" inclusions: FRC's latest movie: If this were 'Bridesmaids', gays would be the Brazilian restaurant [G-A-Y]

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