Hyperbolic Hootenanny

Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Hyperbolic Hootenanny

Some interesting clips from yesterday's anti-gay rally in front of the Capitol.
"Marriage is under attack!" cried out Sen. Wayne Allard (R-Colo.), also at the rally.

"We can have anarchy!" warned Rep. Katherine Harris (R-Fla.).
Hmmmm. I think they're finally onto us. I often attack things by arguing that I should have a right to join them. It's all part of the Homosexual Agenda-- fall in love with someone of the same sex, have a wedding ceremony and declare your love before friends and family, live as married people do, do things like buy a house together, have children, and spend your life trying not to worry about being denied the right to see each other in a medical emergency. It's all part of the radical homosexual agenda to bring society to its knees by seeking out ways to have our families turned into political punching bags.

But it gets more insane, because if we don't amend the U.S. Contitution to ban same-sex marriage then this is going to happen:
Said Karen England of the Capitol Resource Institute: "We [will] have boys who are going to be in with your girls in the locker room and the restrooms."
Apparently with same-sex marriage legalized in 1 of our 50 states this is already happening:
Added Exodus International's Alan Chambers, who said he quit homosexuality 14 years ago: "Our children are being raped every day of school by what's being taught. Are you mad? I'm mad. I'm so mad. God have mercy."
Huh? Thanks for making it so easy for us to point out the obvious-- that you're out-of-your-gourd crackpots who wouldn't know reality if it kicked you squarely in the ass.

Wait a sec, the shared bathroom threat sounds familiar, it harkens back to another battle over a constitutional amendment. Except for that one should have been ratified but wasn't because of the distortions and paranoia of right-wingers-- the ERA. It's downright Schlaflyesque.

So, enough with this already. I suppose we'll hear more about this issue designed to manufacture right-wing outrage from now until November, then again in the summer of '08.

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