FRC Action 2006 Values Voter Summit: Preview
FRC Action 2006 Values Voter Summit:
The Family Research Council's Action 2006 Values Voter Summit was held in the Omni Shoreham hotel Washington D.C. from September 22-24. It is a religious political group led by Tony Perkins and they claim to have a non-partisan stance on influencing American politics through traditional Judeo-Christian values.
The straightforward reality is the FRC Action conference was nothing more than a Republican fundraising platform filled with lies, misinformation, hypocrisy, slander, and hatred to manipulate church members into voting for right-wing extremist politicians into office and spread their agenda of racism, bigotry, and theocratic fascism.
The facts alone speak volumes - every politician appearing in the conference was Republican and the other speakers were among the most heinous right-wing extremist hatemongers out there, such as Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Gary Bauer, Paul Weyrich, Newt Gingrich, and many more. The overwhelmingly dominant agenda was how to hate homosexuals, as many speakers often repeated their hatred toward gays and provided detailed plans to discriminate and legally hate them. However, their hatred doesn't stop there, as the speakers also show similar hatred toward the following groups, although their hatred is by no means limited to this list.
- Democrats and non-Republicans
- William and Hillary Clinton
- Barry Lynn, head of Americans United for Separation of Church and State
- Abortion rights advocates
- The New York Times
- The mainstream media, particularly NBC
- Muslims and non-Christians
- The United Nations
- Anti-war advocates
- Anyone who disapproves U.S. intervention in Iraq
- Ford Motor Company
- Animal rights advocates
- Scientists and doctors
- Homosexuals, again and again
- And many more
It's amazing how these preachers kept referring to the Bible to point out the evils of American society and how the devil resides in the rest of us outside of FRC, when the real devil was within themselves throughout the conference, spreading lies, misinformation, hypocrisy, and hatred. The FRC members seemed to be especially spooked by the ghost of Barry Lynn, head of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, as they constantly referred to his name throughout the conference since he was a registered attendee.
The conference lasted all day Friday and Saturday, which I will provide detailed summaries each day with pictures in upcoming posts. Stay tuned to see the true presence of Satan within the members of FRC and the hate-filled conference.