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11/05/2013

Anti-gay org. seizes chance to marry anti-gay author with anti-gay policy

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out Focus on the Family's latest headline for a piece condemning the Employment NonDiscrimination Act

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[SOURCE: Focus on the Family Citizenlink]

Of course "ENDA's Game" is a play off Ender's Game, the book and now movie that sprung from the mind of Orson Scott Card, a man who has put onto record some of the most shockingly anti-LGBT comments imaginable. So nice that Focus on the Family, an organization that has been so militantly resisting LGBT people's peace of mind for so long, gets to combine its support for discriminating against LGBT workers with a reminder that some people in this country intend to overthrow any government that gets too pro-LGBT.

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