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09/14/2011

At FRC's 'altar'? 'Nil'

by Jeremy Hooper

Interesting choice of words from the Family Research Council, a group that'd like to "altar" every last aspect of our elections:

"Let [NY-9] be a lesson to every campaign and party in America. If you're going to embrace gay "marriage," don't be surprised when voters leave you at the altar on election day."
[FRC's Washington Update]

Personally, I don't care what any voter tries to do to me or my support system at any altar in any house of worship on any given day of the week.201109141728 But when it comes to my civil rights, my marriage, our constitution, and the sanctity of fair and equal citizenship? Well it's those aggressive ALTERations that are going to eventually leave the anti-LGBT work of groups like FRC in the unfortunate wing of many historical museums, serving as a lesson to every future American.

Don't be surprised when that inevitably happens, FRC.

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