RECENT  POSTS:  » Scott Lively equates accurately noting his public record with inciting murder » Audio: Mark Regnerus doesn't think marriage equality has 'a lot of gas left' » Friday: NOM president shares the bill with 'ex-gay' activists » Today in 'um, yeah, obviously': Stunt marriages not confined to opposite-sex partnerships » Video: Brian Brown's fellow panelist gives insight into Moscow panel's extreme views on homosexuality, marriage » Video: TN man condemns gays with Leviticus billboards; oddly allows local Red Lobsters to remain open » Video: 'Ex-gay' speaker at upcoming ERLC summit equates talking to gay people with talking to cancer patients » GLAAD: Mainstream media is catching on to NOM's broader agenda » FRC's Values Voter Summit puts anti-gay bakers on a marriage panel; so we won, basically » GOP front group NOM raising money for a GOP US Senate  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

10/03/2011

How long before NOM spins YouTube dislikes as 'defamation'?

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage shows us why anti-equality social conservatives tend to turn off the rating system that accompanies all YouTube videos by default:

Screen Shot 2011-10-03 At 8.31.51 Am
Screen Shot 2011-10-03 At 8.32.43 Am

By comparison, this video of a hamster "nomming" a bell pepper has a 96% favorable rating:

Screen Shot 2011-10-03 At 8.37.28 Am

And unlike the human beings targeted by the other NOM, the bell pepper doesn't have pain receptors, responsible government, or civil rights at stake.

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails