“Christian” Group Advance America Airs Scary Anti-Gay Marriage Ad In Indiana – Video


Fundamentalist “Christian” group Advance America have borrowed a few zombies from The Walking Dead and bought air time on televisions stations in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, IN and have begun running a set of ads intended to convince voters to oppose same-sex marriage in the state

Right Wing Watch reports:

The two ads, which the Indiana-based group Advance America says it is paying “several thousand dollars” to air, play ominous music over a picture of the state capitol in front of cloudy skies. One shows the members of state committee considering the ballot measure. In the other, the words “freedom” and “right to vote” float across the screen as actors say “let me vote.”

The  Indiana House Judiciary Committee is set to hold a hearing on Monday, the first on a proposed constitutional amendment that would ban same-sex marriage in the state.

Ironically, the group has disabled voting on this video on YouTube.


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1 thought on ““Christian” Group Advance America Airs Scary Anti-Gay Marriage Ad In Indiana – Video

  1. Don’t these trolls understand that rights are not to be voted on. They are RIGHTS. You never have the rights of a minority group put to a vote as the majority will always vote against them. Rights don’t get votes.

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