The National Organization for Marriage has launched an anti-defamation campaign to raise awareness about the deplorable vilification the folks who've made careers out of demonizing the gay community endure. How sad for all those rich, white, heterosexual victims! (Follow the jump for more.)
In an e-mail announcing the new campaign, NOM President Brian Brown writes:
You and I know that advocates of gay marriage are seeking to create an America in which good, decent, loving, law-abiding people are afraid to speak up for marriage as the union of husband and wife.
It's intellectually and morally absurd, but our opponents have sought to silence debate, and to strip Americans of our core civil rights to speak, to donate, to organize and to vote to protect marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
To get the ridiculous anti-defamation series kicked off, NOM includes a video confessional from the heart-breakingly oppressed anti-gay author Frank Turek. Seems Frank cries himself to sleep at night because of the loads of slander the LGBT community lofts his way as he attempts to ruin our lives.
Here, Frank tells his tear-jerking story:
And here, thanks to Good As You, Frank defames the LGBT community by comparing gay people to sociopaths, alcoholics and gay-bashers:
Don't you feel sorry for poor, oppressed victims of hate such as Frank and the rest of his ilk?