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11/06/2013

What's the implication here, Dirty Mind Research Council?

by Jeremy Hooper

Check out the Family Research Council's latest headline decrying The Employment NonDiscrimination Act (ENDA):

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[FRC]

"Up clothes"? What is it, exactly, that they think ENDA does: force second base on unsuspecting Americans?

Perhaps they think it's "in 'da", like "in 'da bra" or "in 'da shorts"? Maybe they think seven Republicans and fifty-four Democratic U.S. Senators just cleared a legislative hurdle so that they can direct the NSA to spy on Americans' private parts?

You really have to wonder what they're saying here. Other than "you should dislike LGBT people," I mean.

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