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03/13/2013

Another NOM 'Marriage March' speaker, another obvious agenda that goes beyond marriage

by Jeremy Hooper

Tami Fitzgerald has admitted that she wants to save gay people from ourselves:

"If we truly love our brothers and sisters, we will be seeking their highest and greatest good and what is best for them, and we know that when God's word says homosexuality is an abomination that means it's not the greatest and highest good of our brothers and sisters, so we're seeking their best interest."

She also admits:

"I don't want to sanction the lifestyle or behavior with a government license"

More (and sources for the above two) can be found at link.

So what sort of role does this obvious antipathy for the homosexual person's very orientation earn with the National Organization For Marriage? Why it earns Ms. Fitzgerald a key speaking spot at the upcoming "March For Marriage," natch:

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Weird how that keeps happening. Every time this "it's just about marriage" group announces a new speaker or sponsor, it takes about two seconds to belie that notion. That's because it is impossible—IM-POSS-UH-BUHL—to disconnect this animus from the movement that both drives and tries to hide it.

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