First off Peter and Leslie need to understand the actual meaning of the word “facist”
Fascism, pronounced /ˈfæʃɪzəm/, is a radical and authoritarian nationalist political ideology. Fascists seek to organize a nation according to corporatist perspectives, values, and systems, including the political system and the economy.Fascism was originally founded by Italian national syndicalists in World War I who combined left-wing and right-wing political views, but it gravitated to the political right in the early 1920s] Scholars generally consider fascism to be on the far right of the conventional left-right political spectrum
Okay not that that is out of the way……..
Over at the Family Institute of Connecticut Blog Peter And Leslie Wolfgang leave a ‘harrowing” first person account of the horrific ordeal that they and their children endured at NOM-Rhode Island’s pro-marriage rally in Providence this past Sunday at the “hands of “gay marriage facist”
“They were actually organized so that they would stand still as a group (about 400 it seemed to me), then march forward in unison toward our group. Pause, chant, march…pause, chant, march. I was wise enough not to stare, but I will not forget the images of my oldest children: Isaac, Katharine & Elizabeth, clutching their friends’ hands and holding each other, mouths agape, looking quite terrified at the incoming crowd. They kept asking “who are they?”, “why do they have a rainbow flag?”, “are they coming here?”, “where’s Frannie?” I have never seen them so scared and I’m rather mad at myself for having put them there. I had no idea the worst was still to come.
The red gays, as I will call them, tromped from their “permitted” area – i.e. the area they had a permit to congregate at the front of the Capitol Building–down a side street about 500 feet away from us at the back of the building. I didn’t realize anything was happening until the speaker asked that we focus on our rally and not spectate. The street with the protesters was parallel to where we were standing and we could watch them chant tremendously loud with bullhorns, stomp, and wave their umbrellas (I happen to own one of these umbrellas that I now want to chuck) all the way down to our street level. Having little children I tend to stand near the back of all public gatherings. Suddenly three squad cars pulled onto the grass behind me and the children. The protesters eventually gathered about 100 feet behind us. Between us and them were the 3 police cars, hastily parked. The incoming protesters gathered at the end of this grassy area near the street and, though upset that they were permitted to gather so close and interrupt our rally (Jennifer Rorback Morse was giving a talk about adoption), I thought surely they would not come any closer. I was used to CT, where the police forcefully keep each rally on their side of the capitol. Not so in rough and tumble RI.”
It’s an intresting piece of fiction. )The 400 were actually 8 people who stood in silent protest.) It’s badly written also. ( I guess thats what comes from home schooling)
For those of you who don’t know Leslie Wolfgang, whose husband Peter is with the Family Institute of Connecticut (and also Brian Brown’s former employer). The Wolfgangs are part of the “pro-family” movement. This story, like the others she has told the press and to others, is clearly done with a political purpose
Hop on over to thier disgusting website and have a look at her full piece of fiction. It’s a hoot
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