Anti-gay Family Research Council uses ENDA as fundraising scare tactic

Posted by JD Uy
April 7, 2010 10:27 AM |

Do you think it's right for liberals running the government to ...
* Force a Christian bookstore to hire a man . . . who dresses in women's clothing?
* Force your child's religious school to hire homosexual instructors?
* Force your employer to fire or censure you for what they call "anti-gay harassment" . . . for simply keeping a Bible on your desk? ...

By sustaining your prayers and generous support of FRC, you're not only investing in the long-term health of faith, family, and freedom in America . . . Please join with other loyal FRC supporters in our campaign to expose ENDA by sending a generous, tax-deductible donation. May I hear from you today?

Parts of a Family Research Council letter sent out yesterday. The letter's wording purposefully mangles the intention of the upcoming Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), a Federal bill that would ban most discrimination against LGBT workers. FRC and other socially-conservative organizations are desperately scrambling for cash right now because the Republican Party is in such utter disarray. They seem unsure of who actually leads the party, especially after the Democratic Congress and President Barack Obama passed a much-debated health care reform bill. FRC president Tony Perkins recently stated that his anti-gay group's supporters should not send money to the Republican National Committee (RNC), but rather to specific candidates. It has also been reported that the number of voters who identify as "Republican" is dropping with more choosing to identify as conservative-leaning "independents." (FRC)

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