Saturday, June 23, 2012

Interesting Quote: Brian Brown

But something is wrong when huge companies push gay marriage into children's literature in order to make money. Something is wrong when a comic book store decides to host a wedding, again for commercial purposes. And something is really wrong when a man proposes because, well, somebody else is going to help pay for the wedding and it might mean a cool trip to New York City.

Somewhere there may be some foolish man and woman getting married in a comic book store. But nobody else is paying for it and nobody in the media is covering it.

Are we really supposed to believe in the "sanctity" of gay comic book weddings?

The promotion of gay marriage continues apace.
 He's hating on gays in comics


1 comment:

GeorgiaUnity said...

He's hating that no man wanted to marry HIM.

Seriously, Miss 'B' ought not to cast stones; Doesn't she in fact PROFITEER off of hate speech and stirring up self-loathing? Of the two enterprising sorts, who is more dangerous?

Girl, PLEEZ.

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