Friday, July 18, 2014

NOM's best argument against marriage equality is just TOO sad

Thank you everyone for having patience with me and my lack of posts due to my attendance at Netroots Nation. I should also tell you that I have been "going through it" with other matters so this particular trip was a figurative "fire baptism" of all sorts of problems including a lost I.D., a mistaken canceled prescription, and a break down.

It's not all bad though. Due to my personal issues, I have approached by producers to star in a  new production of Bette Midler's The Rose.

Seriously, please bear with me as I continue to post intermediately about several things.

Today, thanks to Jeremy Hooper, I caught attention to a pitiful argument by your - and mine - favorite organization, NOM.  If one wonders why anti-marriage equality forces are losing in the courts (and now in Oklahoma), consider the fact that this is probably their strongest argument:

Okay. In the face of the couples harmed by not having marriage equality, stand up in a court room and make THAT argument.

If the judge begins laughing, those that mean it's okay for others to laugh, too?


Michael Barber said...

They have scraped the bottom of the barrel so hard it's now a tube.

David in Houston said...

So I guess when we (and the U.S. Supreme Court) decided that marriage means that adults of different races can ALSO get married, that marriage ended up meaning nothing at all. Right, bigots?

Erica Cook said...

1, I have endured the withdraw of my daily dose of Holly Bullies, and will be happy t be able to have at least some more soon.

2, Could someone please tell me who this woman is and why I should care what she says?

and 3, I missed you so much I made my own blog.

kelven said...

Sorry to hear about your misfortunes. As a long time reader and supporter I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your blog. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

When Christians come together and and make laws that take basic rights away from others they take America away from them and America doesn't mean anything anymore.

Take care Alvin.