Friday, August 17, 2012
Volunteer for "GLBT" Group Attempts to Commit Mass Murder Against IFI National Affiliate FRC

Scary stuff.  As the state affiliate of the Family Research Council, please say an extra prayer for those of us who believe in God's design for marriage and family.  Someone who disagrees with our public policy positions literally took up arms against one of our own in an attempt silence those who stand up for traditional family values. 

Floyd Corkins shot Leo Johnson, the building operations manager of FRC, Wednesday after stating his opposition to FRC's policy positions and attempting to enter the FRC office.  The police and FRC President Tony Perkins are calling Leo a hero as the gunman had 50 rounds of ammunition in his backpack and could have killed many members of FRC if not for Leo the Hero wrestling the gun away from the shooter after Leo sustained a gunshot wound. 

In addition to the rounds of ammunition, Corkins had 15 chick-fil-a sandwiches in his backpack.  As FRC President Tony Perkins mentions in the video below, as the Leftist media and traditional marriage opponents freaked out over Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's correct assertion that God's design for marriage is the best, media have mentioned that Chick-fil-A has donated to FRC (only $1,000 years ago, according to Tony in the video) and that FRC is a certified "hate-group" according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

While it is a good start that a coalition of 25 gay rights groups released a through GLAAD condemning the shooting, I agree wholeheartedly with Tony that these groups should take the next step and pressure their friends at the Southern Poverty Law Center to remove the "hate-group" label from FRC and others in the pro-family community who hate no one and only wish to make the country a better place for families and the next generation. 

The sad irony is that true hate was on display Wednesday by the gunman/"GLBT" group volunteer.  FRC has never displayed hate and has only love for their fellow man, including those who disagree with them.   The Leftists at the Southern Poverty Law Center and other "GLBT" groups who have called FRC and others "hate groups" dangerously label disagreement over policy issues as "hatred" towards those who claim a homosexual identity.  It is possible to disagree with someone and not hate them.  FRC stands for traditional marriage.  That doesn't mean they hate homosexuals.  The fact that the Southern Poverty Law Center and others confuse the two is wrong and should be remedied immediately.


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