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04/29/2014

Shirley Dobson promotes National Day of Prayer by framing marriage equality as 'evil'

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Day of Prayer is this Thursday, May 1. If you hear of any of your well-intentioned friends of faith signing on to this day, thinking it to be a good faith effort, please let them know that it is actually a socially conservative and pointedly partisan stunt that considers things like marriage equality to be "evil."

Hit it, organizer Shirley Dobson (wife of Focus on the Family founder James Dobson):

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[National Day of Prayer]

Eh, I'll save my reverence for Cinco De Mayo. Guacamole is much less judgmental.

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