How do you know the Grammys wedding was effective?
Laurie Higgins, proud owner of a staunch anti-LGBT agenda, a rich fantasy life, and a thesaurus, responds to the Grammys mass wedding:
Beyoncé’s vulgar anti-woman, anti-marriage performance foreshadowed the climactic set piece of the evening: Queen Latifah, long-rumored to be a lesbian, officiated at the “weddings” of 33 couples, many of whom were same-sex couples, while accompanied by the preachy, feckless song “Same Love” by Macklemore and the song “Open Your Heart” by the Dorian Gray-esque Madonna. It was a sorry, sick, non-serious ceremony that looked like something from the garish dystopian world of the Hunger Games, replete with a cheering sycophantic audience, faux-stained glass windows, a faux-choir, a homosexual faux-pastorette, and “Madonna” with her faux-face. It was a non-wedding festooned with all the indulgent gimcrackery of Satan’s most alluring playground: Hollywood.
—Illinois Family Institute's Laurie Higgins
Eh, I thought it was sweet. I certainly didn't get the sense that the participants were going to kill one another, à la The Hunger Games.
Plus everyone knows that Satan's weddings always feature the chicken dance. Always.
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