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In Defense of the National Organization For Marriage

Leonard W. Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 4:08 PM
No, each and everyone of you that has dominated the comment section are lying sacks of sh#t and the truth's not in you. You go on and take over this site, things will remain as they should be. You will be defeated. You the creep and chief does not have the power to change what the normal people don't want changed. You can have this site and any other to yourself it want help you. Good day.
David3036 Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 9:22 PM
Sorry to break it to you, but there is not chance of defeat. You are on the losing end of the debate, as every public opinion poll now shows. And the support for gay marriage is especially strong among younger people, so the generational shift will eventually mean that the U.S. will join the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Canada, South Africa, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Iceland and Argentina in having national same-sex marriage. If the Supreme Court rules on DOMA, it may happen sooner than we think.

The unfounded attacks and insults lodged against the National Organization for Marriage have increased recently by an ever ravenous opposition. The Humans Rights Campaign has shamelessly published NOMs confidential IRS records, and last month a federal judge unsealed some of NOM’s constitutionally protected internal reports.

Not surprisingly, those who seek to redefine marriage immediately seized upon the opportunity to attack NOM based on these documents with salacious accusations and vilifications.

NOM’s political adversaries have violently reacted to its efforts to leverage an inconvenient truth: African-Americans and Hispanics, as a community, generally reject same-sex “marriage.” They don’t see the redefinition of marriage...