World Nut Daily’s Joseph Farah, pictured here, has become the leading conservative voice against marriage equality. Pam reports Farah will be debating marriage with GOProud’s Chris Barron will be debating Farah at a right-wing conference later this month.
Today, WND prints an “Open letter to Conservatives who support same-sex marriage” from David Kupelian. Here’s how it starts — with one of the favorite talking points from marriage opponents:
“I do not support gay marriage. Marriage has religious and social connotations, and I consider marriage to be between a man and a woman.” – Barack Obama
“Marriage has got historic, religious and moral content that goes back to the beginning of time, and I think a marriage is as a marriage always has been, between a man and a woman.” – Hillary Clinton
To my conservative friends and colleagues,
Just two years ago, supporting homosexual marriage was such an extreme, politically radioactive position that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton – both Alinskyite progressives and long-time gay-rights supporters – saw fit to publicly and repeatedly declare their opposition to same-sex marriage.
Today, as the homosexual newspaper the Washington Blade puts it, “conservatives have taken the leadership role in achieving marriage equality.”
Yes, they have. Now, even WND is using Obama to challenge the conservatives who are more progressive on marriage than the President.