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Audio: FRC prez says POTUS' Selma/Seneca/Stonewall linkage was 'admirable outer dressing but in its core pretty rotten'

by Jeremy Hooper

Tony Perkins begins with an all-out denunciation of the President's pertinent mention of the historic struggles at Selma, Seneca Falls, and Stonewall, with the last one being the obvious problem. Then Perkins and fellow Family Research Council personality Ken Blackwell play the victims, acting as if President Obama has a veiled (veiled? really?) agenda to increase LGBT rights. The two express all kinds of consternation, especially because LGBT people already have equal rights—didn't ya know?

We knew the FRC president—who, it's worth noting, also happens to be the mainstream media's favorite anti-gay—would have something to say about our pro-equality President's pro-equality inaugural. Here it is:

[Tony Perkins' AFA radio show, 1/21/13]

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