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11/01/2013

FRC fears ENDA will 'plant homosexuality even more deeply into the fabric of our society'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the Family Research Council's latest round of "prayer targets":

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[FRC]

"Plant homosexuality"? I love how these kids act like we're some sort of seed of destruction that grows stronger with every sociopolitical gain, as if our growing visibility and acceptance is a result of more fair-minded policy and not the other way around.

But position us as a "Little Shop of Horrors" plant they have, so now we'll just have to wait to see if God will answer FRC's "noble" quest to allow employers to discriminate against LGBT people. Who knows? Maybe God's not as petty as FRC contends.

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