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07/14/2011

FRC tells us what we are, want; should destroy their credibility with (R), won't

by Jeremy Hooper

The esteemed Conseil de Recherches de la Famille continues its measured assessments of the world's LGBT population:

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"For homosexuals, this has never been about 'benefits' or 'equality.' It's about a devastating strategy meant to destroy innocence, religious freedom, and ultimately, the family."
[SOURCE: FRC]

Though they forgot to mention wedding registries, picket fences, long walks on the beach, romantic comedies, apple pie, and oxygen itself.

Come on, FRC -- your demonized portraits are slipping!

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