Thursday, April 09, 2009

New anti-gay ad

Auditioning for the ad. Oops. I was going to embed another video here. I just saw it on Rachel Maddow, but YouTube has already pulled it due to a "copyright claim" by the anti-gay group that produced it. Also, the segment Rachel did on it is not available. Due to the copyright claim? But it's news, no? (I'll try to get it.) You should hear these actors stumbling over their lines in their hateful script.

But nonetheless see this:

Human Rights Campaign Exposes National Organization for Marriage’s Fake Ad for Fake Problems

Right-wing group does not have truth on its side, so it hires actors to spew lies; Audition reel uncovered online

WASHINGTON –The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, released a statement and a factual rebuttal today on a television spot produced by the National Organization for Marriage and set to run on CNN, the Fox News Channel, and MSNBC in the coming days. In the ad, actors make disproven claims about marriage for lesbian and gay couples. . . .

Breaking news here, folks!

As I posted last night: Keep your church out of my government!

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