“Maine is one of the most secular states in the nation. It’s socially liberal. They had a three-year head start to build their organization, and they outspent us two to one. If they can’t win there, it really does tell you the majority of Americans are not on board with this gay marriage thing.”
Left to right: Penny Young Nance, Beverly LaHaye, and Matt Barber. If you have trouble remembering who’s who: The most hysterical one with the worst hair runs around like a demented little girl, ranting constantly that gays are satanic purveyors of evil, while the other two are Penny Young Nance and Beverly LaHaye.
“Concerned” “Women” of “America,” that tired old band of fussbudgets (currently headed by Santorum-loving Penny Young Nance, founded by hair-don’t poster child and Mrs. Left Behind, Beverly LaHaye, and spoken for by the description-defying Matt Barber) who can’t stand the thought of gay people being treated as equal human beings (let alone as actual humans), insist that women have no right to control their own bodies even after they’ve been raped, and who are desperately afraid that someone, somewhere, might be having a good time playing “The Sims” (and by golly, they’re going to put a stop to that, you betcha!), threw its support behind the equally gay-loathing Chick-fil-A (which, incidentally, has been boycotted by the LGBT community for years, not because of Dan Cathy’s recent bigoted remarks nor his peculiar brand of Christianity, but because Cathy’s bigoted remarks finally made non-gay folks [and a lot of LGBT stragglers who weren't paying attention] finally sit up and take notice of the company’s long history of anti-gay activism; here is just one of the latest summaries). (more…)
“[The National Organization for Marriage posted on its blog:]
“…So now the president is now not content to advocate redefining marriage as being possible between two people of the same sex. He is now in favor of redefining marriage so that it can be any union at all — which is to say, he is in favor of abolishing any publicly (more…)
“With events changing rapidly on marriage equality, and with gays and lesbians getting married now for eight years in Massachusetts and with no damage to the heterosexual marriage (Massachusetts actually has the lowest divorce rate in the country), what would it take for [Maggie Gallagher, co-founder of the National Organization for Marriage] to throw in the towel and say that gay marriage does no harm? …