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  1. reality 101 says

    “Put a knife to your throat if you are given to gluttony.”

    Proverbs 23:20-21 warns us, “Do not join those who drink too much wine or gorge themselves on meat, for drunkards and gluttons become poor, and drowsiness clothes them in rags.” Proverbs 28:7 declares, “He who keeps the law is a discerning son, but a companion of gluttons disgraces his father.” Proverbs 23:2 proclaims, “Put a knife to your throat if you are given to gluttony.”

  2. Disgusted American says

    well we can always hope by next year– the fat cow would have had a stroke….look at her, she gets BIGGER everytime Ive seen her…..being a Bigot Pays her BIG $$$$

  3. Gary says

    It is amazing that Maggie has time to speak given all of the calories she must consume to keep up that not svelte figure! She looks like she just ate a small gay family for breakfast.

  4. Ryan says

    What disgusts me most about all of this is people like Ms. Gallagher who fight so hard to “save” the family, yet travel around constantly, which means she stays away from her home and her own family. Doesn’t she see that she is actually ruining her family and the relationship to her child?

    Same with the pro-life supporters who stand outside of clinics every day. How about you go home and spend time with your family instead of tearing others and yourselves apart.

  5. patrick nyc says

    When you wrote there was a huge turnout I didn’t realize you were talking about Maggie, man she is bigger than a house. Think of how many families could be fed on her daily intake.

  6. Jedd says

    I don’t understand. Where are all the straight-acting gym-hitting resort-trotting hot marriage equality supporters? All I see here are senior citizens, geeks, fatties, and real people.

  7. M says

    Can you imagine having absolutely nothing to do with your life other than troll around the country spewing hatred against a population of people who do nothing wrong other than live their lives.

  8. TampaZeke says

    I wish just ONE legislator would have the cajones to ask Mrs. Srivastav why it is that a person whose only job and only obsession in life is to “define and defend traditional marriage” refuses to use her husband’s last name, which is VERY TRADITIONAL to marriage, and NEVER speaks of her own marriage, her own husband (a Hindu Indian man) or her own family (including her two daughters, both born out-of-wedlock)!

    And why do so many defenders of traditional marriage have so little issue with such a person being their leader?

    It just proves that the real issue isn’t traditional marriage or its so-called “defense”; it’s pure and simple animosity toward gay people, their relationships and their families disguised as “religious belief” and “concern for marriage, the family and chuldrin”. It most often seems to be a scape-goat issue to distract people from their own failures in relationships. That’s why so many closet cases, adulterers and people who are absolutely miserable in their relationships/marriages are always front and center with their torches and pitch forks in the attack on gay people and our families.

  9. TampaZeke says

    I wonder when one of Maggie’s daughters will come out. And we KNOW that one eventually will. It never fails with these very public anti-gay crusaders. In fact, it seems the more anti-gay a person is the more likely they are to have a gay child. Look at Tim and Beverly LaHaye, Phyllis Schaffley, Charles Socarides, Alan Keyes, Randall Terry, MY MOTHER, etc, etc etc…

    There should be odds making in Vegas on which daughter will come out and when.

  10. says

    She’s wasting her time. The people of NH don’t like out-of-staters telling them what to think and do. If anything, her huge presence and small words helps our side. But Maggie doesn’t really care about marriage. She’s a professional hater, in it for the $ and free meals. And she’s getting plenty of both.

  11. Phil says

    Maggie’s incremental weight gain over the last few years is getting creepy. Christianist scripture, Proverbs 23:20-21, tells Christianists to shun her. She’s in the anti-gay business for the free gourmet meals.

  12. Jake says

    I absolutely LOVE the irony, and truth in the statement made off camera when Mag’s podium time was almost reached. “your sands of time are running out”. Yeah buddy, you said a mouth full. NOM’s time is truly running out!!!

  13. One of the CA 36,000 says

    I’m sure everyone in her vicinity probably wanted to get away from her.

    Too bad they couldn’t escape her gravitational pull.

    Not to be too mean, but doesn’t she look like a planet with a pageboy bob and a Wal-Mart Big Girls’ blouse?!?

  14. Jon says

    I was present at the hearing yesterday, and I’m pretty sure the bigots are getting paranoid:

    “Gay marriage will bring sharia law to the US”

    “If gays marry, then fewer babies will be manufactured, and that will lead to the fall of the US”

    Seriously.

  15. BartB says

    Every time I see Maggie Gallagher, I feel sad. There is something about her, an aura, a demeanor, a presence, that is so gray and tragic. She heavy (and I don’t mean that physically…but I often believe we manifest the psychological into the physical.

    I admit to being a progressive. As soon as someone says “We need to return to a time…” or utters the word “traditional” I turn off. I believe life is an evolution and I believe understanding is evolutionary. That’s why I’m perplexed at both Maggie, trying to cite American tradition and constitution, as if what was written over 200 years ago (and most obviously, nothing was written about same-sex marriage) can not be objectively reconstructed and utilized in a modern world. Or in the case of the Bible, over 2000 years ago, as the bases for every decision we face today. I always ask people that take the Bible literally (but never follow all of it literally) why they think nothing has been added to the book in over 2000 years. Has everything we needed to learn about the world, about life, about God, about man, been written at a time when people believed the sun went around the earth and the earth was flat?

    Instead they spend all of their time screaming the world is ending and trying to mix-and-match life events to the Book of Revelations and rallying against things that have been misinterpreted from the Greek and Aramaic from the start.

    People who desperately want to hang onto the past are those who are the most unhappy. Why? Because it’s over for them. The past is memories. The future is matters…and that’s where progression wins every time.

  16. Sonneillon says

    Could we possibly hate Maggie Gallagher without spouting virulent misogyny and fat-shaming? That would be cool. Neither being a woman nor being fat is a moral failing (regardless of the biblical quotes above) and neither has anything to do with her terrible bigotry and inflammatory rhetoric.

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