Saturday, November 12, 2005

Her sign pretty much says it all:

Parts of the article:

Gays push to recast marriage on morals

OAKLAND, California (Reuters) - As U.S. gays and lesbians prepare to battle a raft of state constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage that will likely be on the ballot next fall, activists are recasting the issue as one that needs to be fought on moral rather than political grounds.

Opponents, who believe marriage is only between a man and a woman, argue that same-sex marriage is unnatural and damaging to families.

One could say the same thing about Brit Brit and Kevin Federline..

Two key elements in the strategy to defeat more votes banning same-sex marriage will be reaching out to people of faith and demanding that Democrats, who have long counted on gays and lesbian as core supporters, stand up for the gay community, Foreman said.

"The Democrats' response to gay issues over the last few years has been incoherent and spineless, and that has only worked to their disadvantage," Foreman said. "There is a sense among large gay donors to the Democratic party that they need to have the party take a stand for us."


SheaNC said...

Funny, the republicans support marital infidelity, child pornography, and many other forms of debauchery from mild to sick. The gay members of their own ranks campaign against themselves, too. Moral superiority is a funny thing.

Mike V. said...

It is, indeed.
And, it usually backfires.
Though in the case of the current assholes in charge, it sure seems to be taking a long time..