Even Before The Ink Dries John McCain Working With FRC Hate Group To Roll Back DADT Repeal in 2011

The recogninzed hate group The Family Research Council is working overtime to attempt to get the DADT Repeal Act of 2010 overthrown een before the ink dries on it.

In the FRC’s holiday update letter Tony Perkins, proud President of the heinous hate group claims that it is working closely with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and others to stop the full repeal from being implemented.

As for FRC, who will take great pleasure in seeing this lame-duck finally limp out of town, we’ll be spending the next couple of weeks reassessing the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ debate. In fact, I’ve already been in conversations with Hill leaders about holding hearings in the New Year, as well as statutory and legislative oversight steps that can be taken to turn back aspects of the repeal and slow down–if not stop–the rest. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and others will be working with FRC to put a strict evaluation process in place. We want to ensure that the Pentagon is monitoring the effect of this radical change on the men and women in harm’s way. One way to do that is demanding specific measurables–like tracking the sexual assaults, dips in recruitment and retention, combat distractions, and more. If there’s the slightest disruption to the military’s mission, you can bet that FRC will be on the Hill, demanding to revisit this repeal. And unlike the Senate Majority Leader, we won’t consult Lady Gaga first.”

And yes oif course the FRC Hate Group which is STILL a 501c Tax Exempt and supposed to not be involved in political endevors ended their bigoted missive with a plea for donations.

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