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05/20/2013

FRC quite literally pitting God against little boys who happen to be gay, good at knot-tying

by Jeremy Hooper

In the Family Research Council's latest round of "prayer targets," the viciously anti-LGBT organization first declares that inclusive Boy Scout programs "will have the exact opposite influence upon American morals than its founders intended," before then asking God to keep the gay boys out:

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Remember, all this current policy change will do is allow boys to be in the Boy Scouts without fear that their sexual orientation might someday lead to their removal. While asking God to "move up on the members of the National Council of the BSA," FRC is actually moving against openly gay minors, often the most vulnerable members of our population.

FRC of course wears its militant anti-gay agenda like a badge of honor. But don't be fooled—there is no merit attached.

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