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02/15/2012

FRC pushes 'freedom from sexual addiction and homosexuality'; still gets to play mere conservative pundit role on cable news

by Jeremy Hooper

The following comes from today's "Washington Update" column, which is attributed to Family Research Council president Tony Perkins:

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[FRC Washington Update]

Ask yourself: What other kind of conservative voice gets to so blatantly deny credible science for the purposes of condemning a minority population and still retain regular "Morning Joe" bookings? Then, upon realizing the answer, ask yourself what you're going to do to demand better.

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