Focus On The Family Attacks Congress Over Planned Parenthood Funding and LGBT Rights

The Christomaniacs haters at Focus on the Family are currently in progress of flooding Congress with petitions demanding the defunding of Planned Parenthood and the blockage and repeal of LGBT rights and are even demanding the reinstatement of DADT and the Hate Crimes Act which added LGBT people to a list of protected classes of people against violent crimes……..including so-called “loving Christians”/

Here are “some” of their demands:

* Defend the free exercise of religion and speech by rejecting the proposed Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) and repealing the Hate Crimes bill passed in 2009.

*Support the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and demand that the Obama Administration uphold and defend DOMA.

*Reinstate the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and underlying federal law that affirms homosexuality is incompatible with military service.

Now someone PLEASE explain to me how exactly does firing people from the armed forces protect the family??

Maybe Focus on the Family should rename themselves:  “Attack And Blame Homosexuals fFor Everything Because They Make Us Uncomfortable And We Have No Lives And Want To Impose Our Small Mindedness On Everyone”

Makes for a shitty acronymn but reflects reality


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