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05/30/2012

FRC to Obama: 'We believe that 'the wages of sin is death''

by Jeremy Hooper

The ever-esteemed Family Research Council is continuing to use President Obama's historic marriage announcement to both raise its profile and fill its coffers. This time, FRC is doing so by citing Franklin Graham's eek-inducing claim that the President is "shaking his fist" at God, as well as coming right out and saying that they support the application of "wages of sin is death" Scripture to gay and our associated rights:

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FULL LETTER: Open Letter to President Obama on Marriage [FRC]

In FRC's view, we don't deserve decent treatment. There is no way to interpret their Golden Rule repudiation. FRC, an organization that Mitt Romney has so proudly touted in multiple on site speeches, thinks we are sinners whose "wages" are innately deadly. They're not even hiding it

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