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12/28/2011

Leading 'Vote For Marriage NC' group: Gays' loving unions = nation's 'greatest threat to morality'

by Jeremy Hooper

This from the North Family Policy Council, the most prominent group (with the itchiest trigger finger) behind the Tar Heel State's push for a discriminatory marriage amendment:

With the sexual revolution of the 1960s and the onset of no-fault divorce in 1970, it is no wonder the Nation has taken a moral nosedive, particularly
when it comes to marriage and the family. The greatest threat to marriage and morality in this country today, however, is not one-stop divorce or even 1960s-era sexual promiscuity; it is the advent of homosexual “marriage.”
The Advent of Same-Sex "Marriage" [NCFPC]

In a world of greed, war, poverty, rights abuse, negligence, and assorted cruelties, it's my thoroughly pro-family union that constitutes America's greatest threat to both marriage and morality? Really? That's what we're going with?!

Certainly a bad news assessment for those North Carolinians who were hoping the gay rights opponents would offer measured talking points and reasoned debate. Though Good news for those of us who might find ourselves in a chess match with the NCFPC, as they'll likely fear our pawns much more than our queen.

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