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08/07/2014

FRC prays #SixthCircuit will overturn 'immoral rulings' on marrige

by Jeremy Hooper

From the exceedingly anti-LGBT organization's latest round of prayer targets:

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[Family Research Council]

Asking a court of civil law to rely on "divine law" and to cast morality-based judgements? This is literally a prayer for members of the bar to engage in malpractice, no different from asking a doctor to eschew vaccines in the service of faith healing. This is a prayer for judges to sidestep ethics and proper jurisprudence in order to satisfy FRC's chosen theology.

And yet they are the ones always accusing pro-equality jurists of being "activist"? Ha! Their protestations are admissions of their own schemes.

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