PhotOh! The so-called "solution" to gay marriage


I want to throw up:

Via Andrew Sullivan: This is a poster from Maggie Gallagher's National Organization For Marriage's bus-tour campaign in Indiana, as reported by Bil Browning and photo by Alice Hoenigman.

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H/t: Lizz Winstead

  • Buck has been banned.

  • Anonymous

    Sick bastard! Take your hatred and shove it.

  • Anonymous

    Disgusting--and alarming that this sort of thing is becoming more and more prevalent. I have seen things like this several times over the past few years. These people are serious and they want us GLBT dead.

  • BUCK

    I guess two fags want to get married so they can give their fudge babies names!

  • I'm with you babe. I'll bring the butter to be drawn (and perhaps quartered).

  • Luci

    Jesus says Love one another. The people He castigated the most were the religious leaders.

  • Eric Kennedy

    Not gonna lie... i kinda agree with this guy to a point, Anyone man wo lie with Mankind as he lieth with a woman is bound to have bound have blood upon him anyways. I mean look at Mankind, he is a beast!!

    also, never lieth to a woman. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned! Amiright? Im coming for F.I.L.s job Laffy!!

  • TONY

    you know Jusus would not only turn over but throw up at the same time these sum bags are evil may your god forgive you for you8 know not what you say

  • Marnie

    Thank you for that.

    Isn't it amazing how easily self proclaimed haterChristians ignore the violent and unjustifyable history of our own religion.
    And how all of a sudden Thou Shalt Not Kill can be ignored, since it is contradicted in another part of the same cobbled together historical writings.
    Don't get me wrong the Bible is a trememdously important historical document, but it was put together by committee, it is a political document as much as a religious one, and is internally conflicted.

  • Marnie

    Wonder if they have stoned any lepers lately?
    Some one really should ask.

  • I don't want to get into a theological discussion, but that bible quote doesn't mean what the fundies think it does. "Abomination" was a technical term referring to idol-worships and non-Jews, a way of setting the Jewish people apart from those around them. It had nothing to do with some sort of divine damnation as the fundies think. Good thing for them, too, because people who wear blended fabrics (like cotton/polyester), men who shave or anyone who eats shrimp also commit abominations.

    The point is, religion can be—and historically frequently has been—used as a justification for all sorts of unimaginable barbarity. In cases like this, it's all the worse because they're completely wrong about what they're preaching.

  • Markiebee001

    "But all in the seas or in the rivers that do not have fins and scales, all that move in the water or any living thing which is in the water, they are an abomination to you." (Leviticus 11:10)

    See, I can quote the Bible. I'm organizing a protest in front of the nearest Red Lobster. Clearly that restaurant chain caters to those who would create an abomination by eating there. A boycott at least I say! Who's with me!

  • Tyroanee

    Ya Jean I've always thought it's comp-ass was waaay off the charts to humanity.

  • Jean Ely

    Well, Leviticus DID say that. It's why I don't consider the bible a moral compass.

  • Using lynching to terrorize and subjugate members of minority groups is an American tradition. This is just the latest permutation.

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