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03/04/2013

Tony Perkins: 'Protect your kids from a fate like Massachusetts's'

by Jeremy Hooper

In truth, the policy is focused, protective, and cognizant of attempts to exploit it. It also has nothing to do with marriage.

But it's also truth the Family Research Council is focused on protecting its fundraising, a large part of which involves attempts to scare supporters about the supposed "harms" of marriage." So that being the interest, here's FRC's president, Tony Perkins, warning that a new Massachusetts policy designed to protect transgender students is somehow dependent on marriage law, threatening to girls in locker rooms, and an example of the no-good fate that now awaits the Bay State and all of its residents:

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[Audio version at link: FRC]

That's a good way to win supporters, Tony—by telling an entire state that their futures are ill-fated.

But why stop here? There are now nice states, plus the District where FRC's own offices are located, that have marriage equality. Why should Massachusetts get all the wrath when so many other states' populations so clearly—CLEARLY!—need FRC to save them from themselves?

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