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  1. says

    We should also vote to protect cars by not letting gays own them; and protect streets by not letting gays have access to them, and protect trees by not letting gays near them, and protect air by not letting gays breath them.

  2. RonCharles says

    And Dan Savage and his ilk are attacking Mary Cheney and her wife, Heather Poe, for publicly speaking out against these bigots and firmly opposing anti-gay legislation in the state of Indiana?

  3. Oxnard Rick says

    @Jerry I know what you’re saying, but I finally just accepted the fact that people like this are not capable of rational thought, at least not on this topic (probably on other topics too). We know that what they’re really upset about is the eroding away of the privilege that they have long enjoyed, of being able to control others’ lives. Their time is almost at an end, thankfully.

  4. says

    The fact that marriage equality opponents are airing these commercials BEFORE the bill is even out of the Judiciary committee shows that they’ve been told that the bill is unconstitutional.

    These ads are opponents trying to mount pressure on Legislators in Judiciary to pass it out of committee.

    Judiciary knows they’ll look like fools or partisan hacks if they pass it out of committee KNOWING (and the records will show that they got this advice on research) that in a post Windsor US the proposed legislation is unconstitutional.

  5. johnny says

    Oh, the humanity…

    Seriously, these ads are a train wreck. I can’t imagine what ad agency put these together, but I can tell you for sure (as I work in the industry) that the art director made this as scary as possible – and not in a good way.

    Last gasp of a dying old guard, let them have their fun, it’s only a matter of time before the Mississippi of the north gets marriage equality.

  6. Chuck Mielke says

    If you listen to “Free Thought Radio,” from the Freedom From Religion Foundation, you quickly learn that a great many people fail to understand that religious claims and traditional values cannot trump our inalienable rights. Even rather right-wing justices see that the Constitution must apply to ALL citizens, not just the bible-thumpers.

  7. EchtKultig says

    These videos ought to be re-hosted on allied youtube accounts that permit comments. It would be considered fair use. (that’s how Right Wing Watch does it)

    So the crypt keeper opposes gay marriage. Color me shocked.

  8. Traje says

    Ok, lets order a Ronny Real. They lost the hating-gay thing. The public just don’t want to crush gay people like they do. This is why they frame their hate like “protect marriage” and “let me vote” and “freedom”.

    It’s all a pack of lies, but they’re losing and we should take comfort in that.

  9. Ricardo says

    THIS…this right here is why I freed myself from the cult known as religion. Chose spirituality and became a MUCH happier person, instead of being part of any cryptic religious cult.

  10. thom says

    THA’TS the best they can do with a scare-mercial?…Puleeze…..The hate is evident in their odd faces (all of them)..and fear. Religion is based on fear generally, so we should not be too surprised by this reactionary tripe. Indiana deserves better than these people. Get a life and try to read a book while you are at it…the bible is not the one you should only read..always leads to trouble, always has always will. Go.Away.Now..find something worthwhile to do.This is not it.

  11. northalabama says

    rather than make fun of the bigoted “regular people” shown in this ad, why not just call out the ad for it’s poor production?

    let it run, over and over – no self respecting voter will take it seriously, and it will probably do more for marriage equality than to harm it.

  12. Michael says

    My God! Where do all these gay people come from? Why, we need to stop them before birth! All those man/woman marriages should be made invalid. The couples should be imprisoned because of the horrible future they are creating! Can you get any more ridiculous?

  13. GreatLakeSailor says

    “And Dan Savage and his ilk are attacking Mary Cheney and her wife, Heather Poe, for publicly speaking out against these bigots and firmly opposing anti-gay legislation in the state of Indiana?”

    Posted by: RonCharles | Jan 11, 2014 3:24:53 PM

    No, Savage and his ilk, and I’d count myself an ilk, criticized Mary Cheney and Heather Poe (do they get one of those one work names? Poe-ney?) for writing checks to Mitt Romney, whose goal was to codify marriage discrimination. Poe-ney has a long record of financially supporting discrimination politicians – on that he’s calling her.

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