Tony Perkins And The Family Research Council Want LGBT People DEAD! – EVIDENCE INCLUDED

According to the FRC’s official lobbying report for the first quarter of 2010, they paid two of their henchmen $25,000 to lobby Congress against approving a resolution denouncing Uganda’s plan to execute homosexuals.  Yes, thats right.  They spent 25 Fucking Thousand Dollars to lobby against the United States saying that the killing of gay people is wrong!

Below are three screencaps of the 20-page Family Research Council lobbying report supplied  by Duncan Osbourne at Gay City News. Among the other items they lobbied against are the overturn of DADT and DOMA, which is to be expected. But it’s mind boggeling that they would lobby the members of Congress against denouncing the death penalty for LGBT people.  The proof is right below on official United States government stationery.

Satans is well and alive in the hearts of these vile waste of scum, know as Tony Perkin’s and The Family Research Council.

Enough is enough people.  THIS needs to fucking THROWN in Tony Perkins’ and Peter Sprigg’s smirking faces the next time they appear on cable television to speak in soothing voices about the FRC’s godly gentle love for homosexuals.  THEY MUST BE DESTOYED.  AND WE MUST FIGHT BACK!

PLEASE post this far and wide to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Email Rachel Maddow, CNN, Bill Maher, John Stewart, ANYONE AND EVERYONE.   We’ve GOT to make sure THIS is thrown in their faces next time they get on TV and we must cause thier downfall and all associated with them!

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