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08/30/2011

Plante joins MN For Marriage campaign; plants seeds for our side

by Jeremy Hooper

The Minnesota Catholic Conference has announced the NOM's Christopher Plante will be working on the effort to write largely faith-based discrimination into the state constitution:

Mailers, TV ads, print ads and more can be expected as future elements of the awareness campaign, said Chris Plante of the National Organization for Marriage who is working for the coalition.

“The coalition’s job is helping Mrs. Jones talk to Mrs. Smith about why marriage is for one man and one woman,” he said.
Marriage amendment awareness campaign launched just outside Minnesota’s State Fair grounds [Catholic Spirit]

Which is good for the so-called Minnesota For Marriage coalition, as it means they already have some footage they can place into their "protect marriage" ads. For instance, they can use this clip, wherein Mr. Plante says gays treat their children like an "accessory I put in my purse," kind of like "little tea cup dogs."

After all, Plante says "[he'll' stand by it." So let's see the teacup dog thing in an ad! Let's see if Minnesotans will stand by it.

Or if animals are not MN For Marriage's forte, then maybe this audio wherein Plante likens gay parents to dead parents:

Another pertinent option! Both of them certainly more pertinent than canards about children's books.

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