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05/10/2012

AP continues MSM trend of acting like FRC is something other than what it is

by Jeremy Hooper

The Associated Press is prominently featuring the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg in a new video, where Peter proceeds to accuse LGBT activists of making it all too personal:

Oh hey, Peter—you know why people like us take it all personally? Oh, well that would be because people like you have FLAT-OUT ADMITTED that you want to EXPORT and/or CRIMINALIZE us:


*SOURCE: Gays seek immigration reform [Medill Reports]

*SOURCE: MSNBC

Why the hell does the AP think this is the kind of pedigree that breeds a healthy debate?!?!?!?!?!?! It's outrageous. Personally.

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RELATED: Over the past forty-eight hours, CNN has given FRC president Tony Perkins three major platforms, one online, one on Piers Morgans' talk show, and one as the plum conservative commentator on "The Situation Room." Here's the latter of the three, coupled with a link to how Tony really talks about us when CNN cameras aren't around.

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