Tuesday, June 26, 2018

NOM has invented yet another idiotic campaign

Brian S. Brown
Brian S. Brown is desperate for relevance
National Organization for Marriage doesn't really do much to advance its (the Catholic Church's) agenda. NOM's efforts are directed towards separating the gullible from their money. Brian S. Brown's latest effort to do just that is the “&” (ampersand) campaign.

The pitch:
& - Marriage is #1ManAnd1Woman

Dear Friend—Three years ago, the US Supreme Court issued one of the most illegitimate, anti-constitutional decisions in history, imposing same-sex 'marriage' on the nation by a single vote in a 5-4 ruling. Today we are taking a symbolic action to continue our opposition to this illegitimate decision by launching the & campaign.
Sorry Bri but that is the law of the land and you are not going to change that. Same-sex marriage hasn't affected Brown in any way whatsoever. However, the Church does not approve of gay people which means that they do not approve of their marriages. Brown is upset that the Court did not ignore the Establishment Clause and yield to the desires of conservative Christians. Now that would have been “anti-constitutional.” But prattle on Mr. Brown:
Here are the three things I'm asking you to do today as part of this simple campaign:
  1. Post the & logo as your profile picture on Facebook and Twitter. Click here to download the logo.
  2. Follow me on Twitter at @BrianSBrown. And follow the National Organization for Marriage on Twitter (@NOMUpdate) and Facebook (NationForMarriage) as well. We need help spreading our message!
  3. Pray that the truth of marriage will be restored to our laws and our culture.”
I will skip the dogma. A few paragraphs later:
This is a small but important step to show that NOM will never give up on our commitment to marriage and to restoring marriage to the law. Please post the & to all your social media platforms, and share it with your friends, family and contacts by email.
NOM will never give up. They will continue to raise money in order to stay in business in order to raise money and so on. When the well drys up, NOM drys up.

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