Wherein NOM Get Their Asses Handed to Them

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Wherein NOM Get Their Asses Handed to Them

Those truthy-goodness-Kool-Aid-swilling gaybaiters over at the National Organization for Marriage are up to their old tricks again in the wake of Judge Walker's ruling on Prop 8. They released a new radio ad this week called "San Francisco Values," making good use of their characteristic tactics of lies, distortions and fear-mongering.

Here's the video version of the ad:

And here's Stop8.org blogger Matt Baume breaking down how unrepentantly full of crap the ad and its creators are. Go team fucktard-smiter!



Comments [5]

Fallon Stone's picture

Now that could be interesting!!

I do like how Matteo deconstructed this line by line.. too bad the crazies don't care. I say fight crazy with crazy.. or at least funny!  Wink

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SMBrown's picture

Well done!  Though I have to

Well done!  Though I have to say I preferred the satiric 'There's a Storm Gathering' reply to the last dipshit NOM ad.  I was kinda hoping to see 'Cable Cars for Everyone!' this time around.   Wink  

Regarding the homophobes who are making an issue of Judge Walker's (undeclared) sexuality--don't they see that gays could simply argue that every ruling that goes against them is because the judge is straight and therefore biased?    

Robin Rigby's picture

Dude! We should totally use

Dude! We should totally use that one! Who wants to get together to smite their homophobia in a video decrying all the other legal rulings based on the judges being breeders? I'm breaking out the camera this weekend for a different video anyhow.

SMBrown's picture

Sounds like a great idea--as

Sounds like a great idea--as long as there are cable cars too!   Wink

Robin Rigby's picture

Hmmm...  We have trolleys

Hmmm...  We have trolleys here in San Diego, is that close enough? Smile