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03/29/2012

FRC looks at clock, decides God has time for 'smear the queer' match

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council finds representation in any number of forums, from legislative testimony to cable news to GOP rallies. But to get the really good stuff, one must look to the organization's less public calls to prayer. That's where the staff shows the true org's goals, which often culminate in requests for God to stop peace from coming to LGBT lives:

"It is not too late for God to reverse the momentum of the homosexual movement in America."
Family Research Council Prays Against 'Homosexual Tyranny' [Right Wing Watch]

I'd actually agree that it's not technically too late. I'd just argue that a God who put so many LGBT people on this planet would probably be less concerned with this kind of smiting, particularly since he must be quite busy filing defamation claims against those hellbent on making Him an obsessive opponent of basic fairness.

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