Right Wing Hate Group FRC Files Amicus w/ U.S. Supreme Court To Repeal Health Care Law

They hate gays, they hate minorities, and they hate healthy people.

The officially sanctioned anti-gay, right wing extremist hate group Family Research Council has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking that the health care reform law be struck down because it will “fund abortion,” among other reasons.

via  FRC Press Release:

Family Research Council (FRC) was joined today by 30 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives in filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in NFIB v. Sebelius, supporting two of the petitions for certiorari in that case, the first filed by the National Federation of Independent Business and the second by 26 states.

The Supreme Court brief was coauthored by Klukowski and eminent constitutional scholar Professor Nelson Lund of George Mason University. Of the amicus brief Klukowski made the following comments:

“We are honored that so many Members of Congress joined our brief. At first severability sounds arcane, but as we saw in the lower court it is the essential key to striking down Obamacare entirely. It’s not enough to only strike down the individual mandate. It’s only one section in a 450-section law. Hundreds of other provisions in Obamacare will kill jobs, ration healthcare and fund abortion, all while bankrupting healthcare providers and burdening America’s families.

“We look forward to building on our success regarding severability in the lower court, helping the excellent lawyers representing NFIB and the states persuade the Supreme Court why the individual mandate is one of those rare provisions requiring the entire law to go down.”

Let’s face it kids if you aren’t a white, right wing, evangelical “Christian” extremist like them they want you dead.

To read FRC’s PRESS RELEASE and see the names of the 30  Members of the U.S. House of Representatives who have no problem following a hate group that has connections to the KKK CLICK HERE.

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