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FRC prays against Mitt Romney, John McCain, Jan Brewer, Jeff Flake, any other conservative who 'militantly denies God's natural order'

by Jeremy Hooper

It's weird, I listened to Family Research Council on all sorts of cable news shows, talking about Arizona on each one, and never once did I hear them talking about "natural order and eternal law" or praying against "dark deception." Nor did they admit that their true war was against the idea "that sinful sexual behavior is an expression of love." And yet when they go on their own websites and speak to the base that they need in order to keep the lights on, they suddenly find their words:

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Not for nothing, FRC, but it seems like your "army" was a big part of the problem in AZ. Your loss didn't happen in a vacuum. Groups like FRC made it happen! You did. You built that.

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