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”:
…given the narrow margins in these races, traditional marriage still wins when equally funded, but a large imbalance of resources for promotion and organizing to mobilize voters can give gay marriage a winning edge.
Perhaps. And if pigs had wings they’d be pigeons. Klukowsi’s quote should alarm rather than console them. It should make them ask, Why was gay marriage so well funded?
How on earth did a tiny group of extreme homosekshul activists fighting for a fringe, perverted cause roundly opposed by the vast majority of decent Americans manage to raise so much more money than the godly folks at NOM and all those wealthy, wealthy churches?
Perhaps it’s no longer a fringe cause. Perhaps it was never perverted. Perhaps those homosekshuls aren’t so extreme. Perhaps support isn’t limited to a tiny group, and the vast majority of decent Americans don’t oppose marriage equality.
Perhaps NOM should stop fantasizing about what they could do with more money and ponder instead why can’t get it.