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09/21/2011

Focus on the [cash-strapped org. with a crippling anti-LGBT addiction]

by Jeremy Hooper

Of the last nineteen articles that Focus on the Family's action arm, Citizenlink, has shot out to its supporters, an excessive/obsessive fourteen of them have given specific mention to LGBT people, their rights, their acceptance, and the organization's opposition to all three:

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Could this be why Focus on the Family is bleeding both money and staff? Maybe they should take a hint that America is moving from their contrived Colorado Springs conundrums? Perhaps it's time to actually focus on the full spectrum families rather than on the one's convenient to the organization's faith-based myopia?

They of course won't move on. But from my perceptive vantage point, I can see an America that just might.

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