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FRC 'prayer targets': Another week, another attempt to frame LGBT well-being, equality as 'evil'

by Jeremy Hooper

After running down an obsessive list in which their beef with four of the six states is something having to do with LGBT people, our rights, and our basic well-being, the Family Research Council is taking yet another opportunity to brand these policy pushes as "evil":

[FRC Prayer Targets]
(Note: The VA one is LGBT-specific, even though they don't come right out and say it)

One gets the sense that they added the NY and WI stuff at the front as back as padding meant to hide what this, in fact, is: yet another bout of anti-LGBT obsessiveness from an organization that defines "values" by harshly they can undermine the full participation of LGBT taxpayers.

What an organization.

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