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07/31/2013

Tony Perkins: 'It'd be a lot simpler if we operated on the Ten Commandments' rather than civil law

by Jeremy Hooper

Popular conservative commentator Tony Perkins knows how to fix our church/state-separated nation. Force everyone to follow the Christian Ten Commandments, saith the Family Research Council president:


[SOURCE: Washington Watch w/ Tony Perkins; 7/31/13]

Well, Tony, a whole lot of GOP lawmakers will soon be kissing FRC's ring at yet another Values Voter Summit. By all means, try to convince them to replace the U.S. Constitution with the Ten Commandments. Every moderate–progressive person up for election in the next few year insists!

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