Hate group, Family Research Council, has audacity
For the fiscal year ended September 30, 2011, FRC had an operating budget of nearly $13 million; Over $14 million if you count FRC Action. According to them, they didn’t accomplish much (although they did pay Tony Perkins $225K). The passages that I have highlighted also indicate that FRC is perfectly comfortable being a hate group:
Now that President Obama doesn’t have to stand for reelection again, what will he do? All it takes to imagine what this administration will attempt in these next four years … is to look back at the incredible damage done to America in the past four years: the systematic dismantling of the foundations of our nation.
We can expect an increase in the intensity of attacks on faith, family, and freedom. The President seems to have no problem when you practice your religion within the confines of your church or home; but when you live out your faith, when your faith impacts your daily life–your work, your purchases, your activities, your decisions–now you’ve crossed the line. The circle of religious freedom–which the Founders drew to encompass everything in life–is now being squeezed to an impossibly small size.
This President pushed for repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” to let openly practicing homosexuals serve in our military. We should not be surprised by and possibly even expect the same mentality to push religious freedom out of the workplace through the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA). If the President can get it enacted, it would force people to check their moral convictions at the door of their workplace–even if they own the business!
This most pro-abortion President ever–utterly unashamed of his alliance with Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry–will push the envelope even further. I believe he will look for new ways to force taxpayers to fund abortion; to push new curriculum initiatives into our schools to promote promiscuity, resulting in countless abortions; and more.
This President has abandoned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)–and his constitutional oath to enforce the law of the land–coming out strongly in support of same-sex “marriage.” We could see the Supreme Court strike down DOMA, with the President then strong-arming the states to recognize same-sex “marriage” by choking off federal funding unless they comply.
This President will continue to promote the radical homosexual agenda–and more forcefully. He will look for ways to fund it using taxpayer dollars. We saw him support “It Gets Better,” a campaign celebrating teen homosexuality. In the same way that his Justice Department forced a Minnesota school district to abandon their neutral homosexuality policy in favor of a pro-homosexuality policy, the President could use the Department of Education’s “anti-bullying” policies to force local schools to promote homosexuality.