He who makes $200k+ annual salary discriminating against certain Americans calls equality movement 'anti-American,' 'bullies'
Some of us have made well over a million dollars fighting against the civil rights of certain kinds of American taxpayers, as we work amid a movement filled with incendiary voices who are out to tell our fellow citizens that specific forms of discrimination are fine, good, and even necessary. The rest of us are "anti-American," "radical," and make up a "bullying behemoth":
"When history looks back on the 2012-2013 legislative year, I believe it will be remembered as the year Americans realized the same-sex marriage movement for what it truly is: a bullying behemoth that puts the very foundations of our democracy at stake."
"[T]he American people are waking up to see the same-sex marriage movement for the radical, bullying, anti-democratic and even anti-American behemoth that it is."
—National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown
People are waking up to support discrimination? Odd thing to claim, Brian, considering all credible polling shows a steady uptick in support for marriage equality, with most polls now putting the national mark above 50% approval. Guess only sleeping people answer pollsters.
But you keep on casting us against our own country, tough guy. That is, after all, the precise reason why you on the anti-equality side are losing and losing big: because you just haven't dehumanized us enough. Nailed it, buddy!
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