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NOM President Maggie Gallagher Crashes DC Marriage Equality Rally One Day After Maine Defeat


National Organization for Marriage President Maggie Gallagher (NOM) showed up at yesterday's marriage equality rally in D.C. opposing the Maine vote.

Said D.C. for Marriage's Michael Crawford: "Maggie and I were on a panel together at Georgetown University not too long ago, so we've met, and I'm here today to tell you Maggie that I'm sorry, but you cannot stop marriage equality here in the nation's Capitol."


(via metro weekly)

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  1. The nerve of that F**king woman!!! Go home ot your tony Virginia suburb and your loveless marriage and keep your nose out of other people's lives ya fat hog!

    Posted by: androjai | Nov 5, 2009 11:48:38 AM

  2. Revolting carpetbagging twat.

    Posted by: The Milkman | Nov 5, 2009 11:53:28 AM

  3. She probably was hoping someone would have slapped her so she could use it for her own fucking agenda.

    Posted by: Tralfaz | Nov 5, 2009 11:56:22 AM

  4. Who let Carnie Wilson in?

    Look, honey, just because your poon is all dried up and nobody wants it (or your albums) doesn't mean you go around pissing everybody else off and eating small children.

    Aight? Seriously. Also, Charlie called from the chocolate factory and wants his fucking wig back, you teefing bitch.

    Posted by: Gridlock | Nov 5, 2009 11:59:06 AM

  5. She really is just pure evil.

    Posted by: Todd in NYC | Nov 5, 2009 11:59:29 AM

  6. I'm all out of fat jokes for that... thing. She should just die now.

    Posted by: Donovan | Nov 5, 2009 12:03:15 PM

  7. No wonder she was on the dias during the Maine debates and described her own marriage as less than the "glowing description" of the lesbian couple also present.

    No wonder, Marge! You're hanging out in Dupont Circle at night when you should be at home reading the Bible with your man and chillens.

    Please, SOMEONE dig up the dirt on this bitch and her family. Seriously, you can't be married to that and not have the need to visit a glory hole on a regular basis!

    Anybody know what VA suburb she lives in?

    Posted by: Beef and Fur | Nov 5, 2009 12:04:51 PM

  8. god she's hot

    Posted by: marco | Nov 5, 2009 12:30:50 PM

  9. ANDY, to all the trolls who bitch about your 'fluff' or posting male eye candy, this should shut them up. As well as informing us about the taxi cab bigot, bigot Bishop Harry Jackson, and yes, even that c^nt Carrie slut.

    It's great to see DC's Michael Crawford, that is a proud gay leader, not the shit we get from Solmonese or Barney fraud Frank.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Nov 5, 2009 12:36:37 PM

  10. I just want to crawl inside one of her jowels and stay warm for the gets chilly here in minnesota..

    Posted by: Amaezm | Nov 5, 2009 12:39:13 PM

  11. Tralfaz is probably right.

    She came to get harassed so she could play the persecution card.

    Posted by: Wes | Nov 5, 2009 12:39:28 PM

  12. I'd say throw a pie at her, but bitch would probably snap it out of the air with her tongue.

    Posted by: Gridlock | Nov 5, 2009 12:43:23 PM

  13. Poor Magda's job requirement seems to force her to be around LGBT people all the time! Must be difficult not to think about all the hot lesbians around her while taking away their rights.

    Posted by: Bruno | Nov 5, 2009 12:54:45 PM

  14. Maggie has to work SO hard rubbing her 2 brain cells together to form "thoughts"

    Posted by: KFLO | Nov 5, 2009 1:06:14 PM

  15. To look at the positive for a second. I am glad to see a really broad group of people speaking in these videos. I see a representation of younger, older, black and white, male and female. To the 'outside' straight world, 'gay' simply means wealthy white male. If we want progress we need to show that we're more than that. If we want progress we need all groups of society to understand us and meet us.

    Posted by: Gregus | Nov 5, 2009 1:16:05 PM

  16. Wow, Maggie Gallagher sitting on the bench in Dupont Circle. Bitch has balls, I'll give her that.

    Posted by: JeffRob | Nov 5, 2009 1:26:01 PM

  17. I was there and I can tell you that we were extremely pleasant, at least as much as I saw, to Ms. Ghallager. The idea that she decided to revel in our anger and sadness only serves to prove what a morally bankrupt human being she really is.

    Posted by: CPT_Doom | Nov 5, 2009 1:28:30 PM

  18. CPT_DOOM is right, she was there to gloat (as she does in her printed columns every time her hate Org "wins" another election). She is truly vile throwing her smug face in the middle of a rally FOR the very equality she fights against. I'm glad nobody there gave her the satisfaction of a fight so she could once again play victim.

    Posted by: KK Bloom | Nov 5, 2009 2:20:01 PM

  19. Maggie Gallagher = A blob of evil

    Posted by: Bill | Nov 5, 2009 3:21:11 PM

  20. Maybe she has a sex tape out there. Oh wait... ugh, no, just yuck. Carries visual (with her magic fingers) was enough. Probably Maggie's would involve her claws or hooves. Hee Hawwwwwwww!

    Posted by: castaway | Nov 5, 2009 7:43:31 PM

  21. Maggie Gallagher is very misguided. I pity her for her crusade of hate--it reveals that inside she is probably a very miserable person.

    Posted by: Matt | Nov 5, 2009 10:28:42 PM

  22. Here's what Maggie had to say about us:



    On Election Day this past Tuesday, the people of Maine voted to repeal gay marriage, 53 percent to 47 percent.
    Gay-marriage advocates are bitterly disappointed. They spent three years building an organization to push gay marriage in Maine. They had every major newspaper and most other media on their side, as well as the political establishment -- the governor, the attorney general, the head of the schools. They were awash in money, out-fundraising pro-marriage advocates by more than 50 percent. (Full disclosure: The National Organization for Marriage contributed $1.8 million to the Yes on One campaign -- or more than half the campaign budget.)

    Gay-marriage advocates in Maine had the benefit of learning from California. They ran the kind of campaign critics claim would have won Proposition 8: No on One ads featured happy gay families, and rebuttal ads to Yes on One claims came quickly. There are not very many Mormons in Maine, or black people, either, so they cannot blame this loss on either minority group. Maine is a deep blue state, socially liberal and relatively secular, and close to Massachusetts, where people have presumably learned "the sky doesn't fall" after gay marriage becomes law.

    And yet people in Maine in a free and fair election decisively rejected gay marriage by an even bigger margin than in California.

    Here's the first thing this victory means: The $4 million spent to pass gay marriage in Maine was wasted. Even Americans in liberal states do not believe that two guys pledged to a gay union are a marriage. Politicians can pass a bill saying a chicken is a duck and that doesn't make it true. Truth matters.

    Americans have a great deal of goodwill toward gay people as friends, neighbors and fellow citizens. Most of us do not want to hurt them or hate them or interfere with anyone's legitimate rights to live as they choose. But we do not believe gay marriage is a civil right; we think it is a civil wrong. And we do not appreciate the increasingly intense efforts to punish people who disagree with gay marriage as if we were racists, bigots, discriminators or haters.
    Case in point: Don Mendell, a school guidance counselor at Nokomis Regional High School in Maine, now faces ethics complaints for his decision to appear in a TV ad for the Yes on One campaign in the closing days of the contest. If substantiated, the ethics complaint could lead the government to yank his license as a social worker and, therefore, threaten his livelihood. What kind of movement spurs people to act like this? Meanwhile, a teacher of the year who campaigned for gay marriage faces no such threat to her livelihood. Is gay marriage really about love and tolerance for all?

    The people of Maine are certainly entitled to wonder.

    Over in New York, the collapse of Dede Scozzafava is another big story. Scozzafava was handpicked to become the first openly pro-gay marriage Republican in a district where the vast majority of Republicans and independents (and even a big chunk of Democrats) oppose gay marriage.

    A National Organization of marriage poll of likely voters in New York's 23rd Congressional District revealed that fully 50 percent of her opponent's supporters said that Scozzafava's vote for gay marriage was a factor in their decision not to support her.

    NOM spent more than $100,000 sending 160,000 pieces of mail to voters who oppose gay marriage, and it also made more than 250,000 automated and live calls to make sure these voters knew that Scozzafava voted for gay marriage. Executive director Brian Brown has his own take on what happened in the 23rd district:

    "This should be a wake-up call to GOP politicians who think they can play clever insider games and cut special deals on the marriage issue: It's not going to work. The voters are not on your side."


    (Maggie Gallagher is president of the National Organization for Marriage and has been a syndicated columnist for 14 years.)

    Posted by: Beef and Fur | Nov 6, 2009 2:03:53 AM

  23. Can you imagine her poor husband having to fuck that fat thing? I bet she wears a strap on.

    Posted by: Tom | Nov 6, 2009 2:17:28 AM

  24. "Oh, piss off, you sad twat."

    Posted by: Rey | Nov 6, 2009 8:26:51 PM

  25. Great disguise Maggie. I can barely see you behind those Dr. Dolittle specs. I just don't understand how one human being can act on blind malevolence. We're not stripping her of her rights. I'm not walking behind her in the frozen foods section with a gun telling her to put down the Haagen Dazs pint because I believe she's obese so why is she so concerned about who I marry? She needs to get a life.

    Posted by: Ishaq | Nov 7, 2009 2:24:28 PM

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