Gay Marriage Support Increases In Ohio (No Thanks To Freedom To Marry or the Human Rights Campaign)

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3 Responses

  1. silversly80 says:

    That’s bullshit that Freedom To Marry aren’t even trying to help, no matter how pointless and how much money it’s cost. Just by their help it makes the cause more visible which makes awarness and education more visible as well. It shouldn’t be forgotten, and I hope at the very least they realize the error in their way and help.

  2. Jay says:

    I don’t know about Ohio, but I am glad that Freedom to Marry stayed out of the North Carolina mess. The referendum in North Carolina did not fail because of a lack of money. It failed because the bozos who ran the campaign tried to pretend it didn’t have anything to do with gay people–it was all about the “collateral damage” the amendment would do by harming unmarried straight people! No wonder the amendment passed!

  3. Jay says:

    Also it seems that Ohio Equality isn’t doing a very good job in Ohio either. Their executive director (the fourth or fifth in four years) had to resign. People in Ohio need to get their act together before criticizing others for not helping enough.

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