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01/20/2014

NOM's Chris Plante: Media, 'Modern Family' have brainwashed America; 'gay activists have hijacked Martin Luther King's dream'

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Org. For Marriage's new communications director has a history of denigrating gay people, infamously claiming that same-sex parents “turn children into little teacup dogs -- it's an accessory to put in my purse." But even though he is busily putting out propaganda like that (and much more) in hopes that it will, in fact, cause Americans to turn hostile against their gay neighbors, Plante claims it's television shows like Modern Family, which portrays an exceedingly traditional and values-oriented gay family unit, that are really duping America.

Oh, and he's joining his employer in claiming that their undeniably discriminatory cause is the one that is truly carrying Martin Luther King's torch. Listen in:


SOURCE: Drew Mariani Show, 1/17/14

Of course there would never a sitcom that is sympathetic to Mr. PLante's cause and there never will be a national day of honor that favorably looks back on NOM's legacy, because both are cruel, divisive, discriminatory, and a threat to American freedoms. If it feels like news and entertainment media are "biased" against Mr. PLante and his chosen views, it's because he chose the wrong ones. He chose hostility rather that unity. He chose "culture war" rather than peace. He chose stigma rather than understanding. He chose inequality rather than it's righteous opposition.

We honor honorable legacies and we exalt positive portraits. NOM embodies/embraces neither.

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