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07/29/2009

Video: Freedom to gay marry

by Jeremy Hooper

Yesterday morning, we took up the topic of using "marriage equality" rather than "gay marriage." Now our pals at Freedom To Marry have put that discussion into handy video form:

But by all means, feel free to keep calling Gatorade by its current name. Changing it to "torade equality" would sound too phonetically close to what the anti-freedom side wants to do to same-sex couples.

"Why We Don't Say Gay Marriage", Freedom To Marry Video Blog [YT]
(H/t: Queerty)

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Your thoughts

Talking Points! That's the ticket. Maybe that's what our ragtag crew of orchestration-barren, puppeteerless marionettes has been lacking all of these years. Someone needs to step forward and become the aggregator/promulgator of that list.

Why is it that we really lack any organized (top-down) leadership? Maybe we are just not sheepish enough to be herded? Maybe we don't need it? But our opposition does use their iron-fisted stranglehold over their efforts quite effectively against us.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Jul 29, 2009 4:47:42 PM

This video reminds me why we'll win: we don't need hateful, misleading or faith based arguments we just need to explain what we want.

Eventually if you trust people, you know we have to win.

Posted by: Corvidae | Jul 29, 2009 7:44:48 PM

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