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Senator Lindsey Graham last night used polygamy and murder to define the boundaries of the “debate” on same-sex marriage, a wholly unacceptable manner of framing.
A federal judge in Nevada has ruled against a same-sex couple, claiming that the state does have a legitimate interest in reserving marriage to heterosexual couples.
NOM’s Thomas Peters says it’s “God’s plan” they lost the “traditional marriage” battle in four states, and said, “marriage will not win if it’s not defended.”
Paul Ryan told Focus on the Family president Jim Daly that he and Mitt Romney will defend DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act, in the courts, and attacked President Obama for not.
NOM is funding Minnesota For Marriage, which is suggesting “redefining marriage” could lead to pastors facing prison if they “don’t agree with the new definition.”
Chick-Fil-A today issued a statement seemingly contradicting promises made in a legal real estate deal to re-examine and discontinue supporting anti-gay organizations.
Congressman Eric Cantor, the House Majority Leader, told the Values Voters Summit today that only “traditional marriage” allows for the “pursuit of happiness.”
Calling gay people “homosexual thugs and bullies” NOM today sent an email saying “the silent majority is rising up and rejecting the gay ‘marriage’ lobby’s tactics.”
Kirk Cameron is using anti-gay marriage groups like Maggie Gallagher and NOM’s Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance to promote his money-making “charitable” enterprises.
Romney promised members of the NAACP today that he will “defend traditional marriage,” but “represent all Americans, of every race, creed, and sexual orientation.”
Maggie Gallagher doesn’t quite understand why “It’s ‘monstrous’ to oppose gay marriage.
NOM political director Frank Schubert says, “What we will see is the presidential election being a proxy for the survival of traditional marriage in America.”
Today, Washington United for Marriage is sponsoring a money bomb to raise funds to combat the deep pockets of groups like NOM and Preserve Marriage Washington.
NOM, the National Organization For Marriage, is attacking retailing giant Target, falsely claiming, “Marriage isn’t terribly pertinent to their business.”
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