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07/01/2011

Fun with FRC's fear photos: Rainbows so gallantly streaming

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council's latest graphic, this one in criticism of the LGBT-inclusive White House:

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[SOURCE: FRC]

Ooh, it's nice! Especially here, now, right before the Fourth. What could be more festive than the rainbow's hued glared, color bombs bursting in the D.C. air, giving proof to the far-right that our flag is still there?

So yeah, FRC: While it's obvious you meant these rainbows to serve as fear-mongery bat signals, warning your readers of the crushing weight of acceptance that's bombarding from this White House's walls, this writer's going to go ahead and salute this little Photoshop project of yours. You all go right ahead and embrace your supposedly star spangled bannings. I'll instead take this graphic as an encouraging symbol of the land of the free, here in the home of relentless "culture wars" that you all force LGBT folk to brave.

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