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Independent Legalize Love Movement Rallies For Pro-Equality Obama: VIDEO


A new independent group called Legalize Love hopes to turn the 2012 election into a watershed moment for equality by reelecting President Obama.

"Together we will show voters across the country that 2012 is the time to "Legalize Love"," they write at their website. "The presidential election is our best, most visible chance to build support for equal marriage rights in the United States. Having a president who believes in equal rights is an opportunity to change laws — and hearts — all across the nation. Let's seize this moment. Let's make history."

Unaffiliated with Google's international Legalize Love campaign, the movement today released a new video that overlays Obama's pro-inclusion messages over ordinary citizens' identical testimonials and urging like-minded Americans to join the fight for equality.


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  1. That pic of the two dudes wearing the white tux is creeping me out. Who did the make-up job, a mortician?

    Posted by: ratbastard | Jul 19, 2012 12:57:23 PM

  2. wow. really nice.

    Posted by: Daniel Berry, NYC | Jul 19, 2012 1:17:31 PM

  3. I'll say this for you, Ratbastard: while you don't seem to hate gay men as much as Rick does, you share his penchant for moving a discussion thread in an ill direction.

    Posted by: Daniel Berry, NYC | Jul 19, 2012 1:24:28 PM

  4. Superb!!! I just signed up :)

    Posted by: RxR | Jul 19, 2012 1:26:01 PM

  5. LOVE IT!

    Posted by: Solomon | Jul 19, 2012 1:31:09 PM

  6. Maybe they should have chosen a different name from Google's campaign. (Yes, I realize the word International isn't there.) It probably doesn't matter much, but it will confuse people, and I suspect that Google isn't eager to be confused with a political campaign.

    Posted by: Paul R | Jul 19, 2012 2:37:06 PM

  7. There seem to be real questions about Luke Montgomery's (the guy behind this project {read: business}) motivations and the conduct of his business. See prior discussion of his last 'campaign' at Joe My God here:


    Posted by: Where's the Money? | Jul 19, 2012 3:56:21 PM

  8. @Where's the Money: Thank you for the information. That charlatan was a jackass in DC 20 years ago and got driven out of town. Then SF. He's insane and simply likes attention. I wouldn't support this project. I guess he stopped using his old name---Luke Sissyfag.

    Posted by: Paul R | Jul 19, 2012 5:23:21 PM

  9. I hate to think what would happen to gay marriage rights if Mitt Romney became president. If this campaign doesn't do it, someone else should...

    Posted by: Aqui Estoy | Jul 20, 2012 11:03:01 PM

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