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12/20/2013

FRC's final 'prayer targets' of '13: Prays Congress will roll back clock on 'destructive' LGBT rights

by Jeremy Hooper

Like virtually all of their weekly "prayer targets" this year, the Family Research Council is closing out 2013 with yet another knee-based plea for God to stop LGBT people's basis rights and protections:

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By opposing ENDA, FRC is supporting employers' ability to make employment determinations about an employee's company role based solely on his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. Interesting that they would highlight that, here in a week where they are so publicly rebuking a TV network for making an employment determination based on an employee's actual actions.

But okay, FRC—keep praying for clocks to run backwards. While you're willing back the minutes, the rest of us will enjoy the ones we are lucky enough to live.

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