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07/30/2010

We might just disobey, says Team Obey Us Or Else!

by Jeremy Hooper

As public policy becomes more inclusive/protective of society's LGBT people, are we going to see more of our Christian opposition acting outside the boundaries of the law? Well, in a word: Yes. In the following video, two framers of the pointedly-anti-gay Manhattan Declaration coming right out and admitting it.

Oh, and they do so in the name of Martin Luther King Jr.:

Oh, just imagine the protest songs:

-"We Shall Overcome (Now that we've lost our power to overcome the gays we've been oppressing for decades)"-

-"Let's-gay-ban Martin & John"-

-"If I had a hammer -- and/or a machine to clone Clarence Thomas" -

-"A change is gonna come (no matter what credible science says)"-

-"I am Concerned Woman, Hear My Lore"-

-"Culture War! What is it Good For? (hint: our wallets)"-

-"This Land is My Land, This Land is best Banned, from California (yes on 8!) to the New York Islands (Go Ruben Diaz!)"-

-"The Anns are just friends, they're blowin' off the sinned"-

-"Fight the Power (of the independent judiciary)"-

Although they can leave "Okie From Muskogee" pretty much untouched (even if satire was the original intent):

**EARLIER: The text of the Manhattan Declaration (which was also crafted by Focus on the Family's Jim Daly and NOM's Robert George, among others)

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