Oy Vey! Tony Perkins And His Anti-Gay Hate Group "The Family Research Council" Is Pissy That The DOJ’s Appeal To Defend DOMA Just Isn’t Anti-Gay Enough

Last Friday I posted that the Department of Justice announced yesterday that they were going to be appealing the two rulings, in Gill v. Office of Personnel Management and Commonwealth of Massachusetts vs. Department of Health and Human Services and defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

Well thats not good enough for Brian Brown and The National Organization For Marriage. Because the DOJ’s reasons to appeal weren’t anti-gay enough.

Now Ginger haired “Princess Tiny Meat” Tony Perkins and his officially recognized hate group The Family Research Council is in a tizzy because they don’t think that the DOJ is doing enough to be anti-gay and bigoted in thier defense of the unconstitutional law that is called the Defense Of Marriage Act.

“Apparently, the administration is so fixated on making the homosexual community happy that it’s not even working to uphold what’s best for kids. In this instance, the Justice Department seems to imply that by doing their job they’re somehow doing America a favor. Hardly! Defending the law is DOJ’s whole reason for existence. So while the President may have strong feelings on the matter, they by no means excuse him or his administration from doing its duty. Since the President is failing to live up to the responsibilities his elected office holds, it is within Congress’ explicit right to intervene to defend the laws they have passed. This current appeal is already shoddy substitute for the compelling argument that the statute–and American families–deserve.” – Tony Perkins via Press Release

Perhaps the Department of Justice isn’t doing it’s job properly enough and we all  should all start pushing it to do so.  It can start by investigating the FRC, AFA, IFI, NOM and all those other alphabetic anti-gay hate groups  for violations of the RICO Act.

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