Video: Duplicity, duplicated
This is excellent; he did a great job putting this together!
Posted by: louise | Sep 24, 2009 12:10:55 PM
It doesn't really point out the lies of those ads. They need to be more explicit if they want to convince voters.
Posted by: ---- | Sep 24, 2009 1:28:18 PM
----: This is just one of many viral videos dedicated to the current "yes" ad. This video maker chose to focus on the carbon copy aspect, rather than pick apart the lies. Just like we made a video discussing the Charla Bansley issue. There are many different approaches to this current ad, and they can all work in tandem.
I suspect the official 'No' response will target the lies head on.
Posted by: G-A-Y | Sep 24, 2009 1:37:10 PM
I love the "protect the schoolchildren" argument because it's absolutely ridiculous.
They say the only way to prevent children from being exposed to homosexual marriage is to ban those unions in their state.
Meanwhile, other states have already sanctioned civil gay marriage, and other states are likely to do the same in the future.
What I want to know is this: who really thinks this works to keep the issue out of schools? Kids talk about it, their parents and siblings talk about it, and legislatures in other states are debating it (at which point, any Civics teach will bring it up because it *is* news).
Unless a parent wants their child to be taught in Plato's Cave, they're going to have to live with the fact that they are going to be exposed to homosexuality, and it's not nefarious perverts recruiting them! But hey, why should they let facts and logic get in the way of a good scare tactic?
Mainers, voting Yes on 1 to keep gay marriage out of the classroom is being led like a sheep by the right-wing.
Posted by: DN | Sep 24, 2009 7:54:29 PMcomments powered by Disqus