Tuesday, February 3, 2015

New Cartoon covers the Gay Marriage Issue in Alabama

It's getting interesting in Alabama.

Today, on AL.com, is an comic that depicts the gay marriage issue in the state.
In the fight against gay marriage, Gov. Bentley, Attorney General Luther Strange and Chief Justice Roy Moore are a farce to be reckoned with. Alabama's most powerful, brave and cuddly men are representing Alabama's best interests and fears by making a three-way stand in the courthouse door on an equal rights issue. What could go wrong?
This isn't the first time Alabama had issues with equal rights. George Wallace did everything he could to keep Black people from being treated as equals. Now, we are seeing this mess again, only this time it's against the LGBT community. Get it together, Alabama, the nation is watching.

1 comment:

Bob Slatten said...

You'd think Alabama would have learned by now.

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