Saturday, June 25, 2011

NOM's Brian Brown Threatens NY GOP for supporting Marriage Equality


After their huge defeat in New York, NOM's president Brian Brown vows vengeance against the GOP senators who supported gay marriage.

See here in their press release:
The National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM<http://www.nationformarriage.org/>) president, Brian Brown doubled his previous pledge, promising to commit "at least $2 million" in elections in 2012 to make sure Republicans understand that voting for gay marriage has consequences:

“The Republican party has torn up its contract with the voters who trusted them in order to facilitate Andrew Cuomo’s bid to be president of the U.S. Selling out your principles to get elected is wrong. Selling out your principles to get the other guy elected is just plain dumb.

Gay marriage has consequences for the next generation, for parents, and for religious people, institutions and small business owners. Politicians who campaign one way on marriage, and then vote the other, need to understand: betraying and misleading voters has consequences, too. We are not giving up, we will continue to fight to protect marriage in New York, as we are actively doing in New Hampshire and Iowa.”

NOM’s pledge to commit at least $2 million in the 2012 elections to hold politicians accountable for their vote includes independent expenditures as well as through NOM PAC New York.
These haters are ridic. 2 million dollars? They could actually do some real 'Christian' work with that money like: feeding the homeless, helping schools stay afloat or send kids who can't afford college to school. But no, they want to keep the legacy of hate alive. Bastards!

9 comments:

KyleJL said...

As I said on my blog in reference to this 2-million dollar pledge; this is actually a good thing! Let them spend their money in New York - a State that will not repeal the marriage equality bill just passed. This will siphon money from the battleground that our community will be facing in Minnesota in 2012. The more money that goes somewhere where it is "useless" the better.

Todd HellsKitchen said...

As Glinda said to the WWW: "Shoo! You have no power here. Be gone. Before someone drops a house on YOU!"

Bob said...

Someone's cranky 'cuz they didn't get their way.
Foot stomp!

luciferosirisarnold said...

No more donations, get a life.

WilsonW said...

I just don't understand....I really don't. Any law created solely to force their religious views onto others is an obvious infringement on my freedom of religion. What's so hard to understand about that? Why don't the rest of the states get that either?

exModia Staff said...

Too bad here in New York, Republicans AND Democrats are notorious for switching parties as the need arises.

He better believe that any one of those Senators will be re-elected in a heart beat if they switched to the Democratic column. Hell, they'll be re-elected REGARDLESS!

exModia Staff said...

Too bad here in New York, Republicans AND Democrats are notorious for switching parties as the need arises.

He better believe that any one of those Senators will be re-elected in a heart beat if they switched to the Democratic column. Hell, they'll be re-elected REGARDLESS!

Kyle said...

Selling out human beings to get only your way is wrong. Oppressing and demonizing people is wrong. He's nothing but a belligerent, self righteous child. He speaks of betraying and misleading, without looking into a mirror to examine himself.

EMikeGarcia said...

They don't do any real "christian" work because they aren't real Christians. Plain and simple.

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