Rick Warren is at it again. The megachurch pastor is explaining why homosexuals don’t have to act all homosexual, and he does it with some cute little equivalencies:
Here’s what we know about life. I have all kinds of natural feelings in my life and it doesn’t necessarily mean that I should act on every feeling. [...]
This morning I read Chris Geidner’s great article on how we beat back our opposition’s propaganda to sweep five marriage equality battles in the last election. This bit leapt out at me:
Commitment trumps rights, a point made in prior research by Freedom to Marry as well: “Leading with commitment will show the middle that gay people want [...]
If you’re 27 or younger, you have never lived through a month that was colder than average in the U.S.
Oh, it’s time for some fun. When Obama endorsed marriage equality back in May, the National Organization had something to say about it. It’s time to glance back at those statements and see just how well NOM understands America. I’ve bolded some of the juiciest bits in case you’re short on time, but the full quotes [...]
After years of crying, “Let the people vote!”, the National Organization for Marriage is desperately searching for some to prove that the votes in Minnesota, Washington, Maine, Iowa, and Maryland don’t really mean anything.
Their latest attempt is to quote from breitbart.com in a post they called, “Breitbart’s Ken Klukowski: “Marriage Still Wins When Equally Funded”:
This morning when I opened the door to let out the dogs, a rush of bluebirds and small forest animals streamed inside to make my bed, pick out my clothes, and recycle my big empty bottle of election-night wine.
What could be happening?
Homosexuals are seeking special rights, blah, blah, blah. We hear this all the time, and all the time it’s the same mistake:
Our opponents are so freaked out by equal treatment under the law that they are unable to read the law.
Today’s example comes from, Greg Quinlan, president of PFOX (Parents and Friedns of Ex-Gays and [...]