Family Research Council Hate Group Will "Endorse & Fund" 2012 Primary Challengers To Senators Who Vote To Repeal DADT

“We are pledging today to endorse, and help fund, conservative primary challengers to any U.S. Senator who votes during the lame-duck session to overturn ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ FRC Action PAC will work to remove any U.S. Senator who would place liberal special interests ahead of the priorities of the American people. The U.S. Senate has twice rejected the overturn of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’ Despite this, Majority Leader Harry Reid continues with his obsession while failing to address the essential responsibilities of the federal government. As three of the four service chiefs have made clear, the men and women of the Armed Forces who are engaged in fighting two wars should not be distracted by Congress using them to advance a liberal social agenda.Family Research Council Via Right Wing Watch

Funded and backed by a recognized HATE GROUP.  That will get ya elected by gum!

But seriously, this is illegal activity for them. From their about page: “Strategically located in Washington, D.C., FRC is the leading voice for the family in our nation’s halls of power. FRC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.”   A 501(c)3 is prohibited from intervening in political races.

Other than that every one of us should complete a complaint form that the IRS has about non-profits stating with proof that the FRC is a hate group and should have their tax exempt status revoked and should be investigated and stripped of tax exemption.

Seriously folks we have the ammo now we must be diligent and use it.

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