FRC Renames ENDA The "Cross-dresser Protection Act"

There are so many things in the lastest Family Research Council "Washington Update" that I could blog about that it's hard to even know where to begin.

I could write about FRC's insistence that if President Obama names Elena Kagan as his nominee to the Supreme Court, she'll immediately be opposed due to her "incredibly hostile view of the military" and her "hard-Left activism [as a ] passionate supporter of hate crimes laws."

Or maybe FRC's attack on Planned Parenthood ahead of Mother's Day; "That's like asking people to celebrate Arbor Day by burning down a forest! Because of Planned Parenthood, tens of millions of women can't celebrate Mother's Day."

But I think instead I'll just highlight the upcoming edition of FRC's Washington Watch radio program ... remember when the Religious Right kept referring to hate crimes legislation as "the Pedophilia Protection Act"?  Well, they have a new name from ENDA as well: 

On this week's edition, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) joins me to discuss the upcoming vote in Congress on ENDA, also known as the Cross-dresser Protection Act.

You know, I've got a few nicknames for FRC as well, but I won't post them here - instead, I will just send my sympathies to the graduates of Louisiana College:

Congratulations to the 2010 Class of Louisiana College! I'm happy to say that I'll be on hand at tomorrow's commencement ceremony in the Guinn Auditorium to deliver the address. One hundred eighty students will be taking home diplomas for undergraduate studies, master's of arts in teaching, and associates degrees.