National Organization For Marriage Continues Its Threats On New York: They Will Pay A Grave Price!

Professional hater, bigot, and spokescow of The National Organization of Marriage continued the hate organizations threats against New York today for passing a law to allow same sex marriage in New York.

“New York Republicans are responsible for passing gay marriage. The party will pay a grave price. Here is what we know. In state after state, Democrats who control a chamber in support of their base have prevented votes favorable to marriage: Iowa, West Virginia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania.

When Democrats are in the minority, they’ve demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to their base — in Wisconsin and Indiana fleeing the state to prevent a vote. N.Y, Republicans did not have to bring gay marriage up for a vote: What does it mean that they passed gay marriage in N.Y.? Michael Long, the Conservative-party chairman, has vowed to withhold his endorsement. The National Organization for Marriage has committed $2 million to persuading Republicans: Voting for gay marriage has consequences. Sad that the N.Y. GOP has caved. Consequences to be continued.” – NOM’s  Maggie (I am ashamed of my Buddhist husband)  Gallagher-Srivastav, writing for the National Review

Is Cobra Commander ghostwriting for Maggie Gallagher now?  There will be consequences!

NOM and Maggie better step off NOW.  Do they REALLY want to get New York of all places after your more than ample bigoted asses?

You lost, move on, and find a new thing to hate to make a career over.


Will Kohler

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