The FRC applauds the state of Hawaii--not for voting down a bill to legalize gay marriage, but for refusing to bring it to a vote at all.
This would be the same FRC which demanded--demanded--that legislators in Massachusetts give anti-gay marriage initiatives a vote on the floor.
The same FRC which, when the Connecticut legislature passed a civil unions law of its own volition, cried that this was not enough, and a popular referendum was needed.
The same FRC which not long ago turned "up or down vote" into a battle cry (yes, I know they had a BS constitutional reason for why that was necessary for judicial nominations. No, it was not a serious reason. It was disingenuous tripe that was contradicted by their own past practice).
I have no problem with the FRC advocating for its illiberal, anti-family positions. But the degree of hackitude it exhibits while pretending to stand for principles beyond rabid anti-gay hatred is mindboggling.