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US: Anti-equal marriage group protests Minnesota same-sex marriages with new ‘Marriage Majority’ campaign

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  1. Nothing was forced, the law was voted by the populace of Minnesota wasn’t it?

    These people are still clutching at straws aren’t they?

  2. Never under-estimate the capacity of christians to be miserable pathetic would-be victims.

    We the people means ALL of the people, not the ones they personally approve of, and you do not vote on the rights of the minority since that is like two wolves and a sheep voting on who is for bloody dinner.

    Ill-educated, miserable, bigoted cruelty intent on causing demonstrable harm to others….oh yeah, I smell the religion in that for sure.

    1. Well said, couldn’t agree more. Religion is poisonous.

  3. David Jordan 1 Aug 2013, 5:09pm

    Considering their aim is to pull apart families they don’t like, to make children legal strangers to one of their parents and rob them of security in the event of a bereavement, are these christians going to be honest and call themselves an anti-family group?

  4. Let us hope the voters speak loud and clear again. They have already rejected a constitutional amendment, rejecting a definition of marriage as between one man and one woman.

    They have clearly lost the debate, but don’t seem to understand that, nor do they understand the legal implications of trying to re-ban SSM.

    I think any such move would cost the state millions in law suits. All just to appease a vocal minority of right wing Christian cretins.

    I hope they spend millions and loose!

  5. May was well call it the “We Hate Gays” Party and be done with it

    Love Conquers Hate
    Get a grip !

    Mr. Pink

  6. Just to put a couple of facts in play — which are noticeably absent from MM’s statements — the voters of Minnesota rejected a “one man/one woman” marriage amendment in the last election, 2012. They also elected a pro-equality legislature, booting out the teabaggers.

    MM is just fishing for donations.

  7. Tom (Winnipeg) 2 Aug 2013, 4:20am

    Go ahead, miserable fools – don’t you ever learn?- spend all your money, millions if you must. We get the last laugh.

  8. This “majority” is nonexistent.

  9. johnny33308 2 Aug 2013, 7:38am

    These sorts of people who cannot/will not simply mind their own business and get on with their own lives will not give up nor will they admit defeat of their vile bigoted way of life. They lack the intelligence to realize that they have utterly lost their own Culture War against LGBT people, women, children and others. They are delusional and believe that everyone actually thinks as they do in spite of all the evidence before them….dangerous sociopaths all….

  10. Or they could just all move to Russia–just sayin’

  11. We should not underestimate the danger these people pose. The Republican Party has a history of saying during campaigns that they only care about fiscal issues, but once elected they have enacted a whole series of anti-abortion, anti-gay, anti-immigration laws. The people would not vote to repeal marriage equality in Minnesota, but they might elect a Republican legislative majority and a governor who would sign a law repealing marriage equality. We need to be vigilant.

  12. Frank Boulton 2 Aug 2013, 3:39pm

    I’m sure that I can’t be the only one who has noticed that most of these groups that like to claim themselves to be pro-marriage or “protecting marriage” or “preserving marriage” are actually the ones who are hell bent on preventing marriages. I presume it’s just another paradox.

  13. Inis Magrath 6 Aug 2013, 4:32pm

    What’s done is done and it can not ever Constitutionally be undone. Read the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Romer v. Evans. Marriage equality is the law of Minnesota, and so it shall ever be. Halleluiah.

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