"As conservatives, it's easy to despair. With liberal states falling like
dominos, Americans must be wondering if this is the end of the road for
marriage. Well, it's not--and here's why. If you look at the dozen states with
same-sex 'marriage,' homosexual activists are picking off the easiest
targets: progressive pockets of the country that have rejected
traditional morality. Our short-term strategy should be containment. If conservatives can
confine same-sex 'marriage' to these liberal jurisdictions, the evidence
of why this policy won't work will begin to show. More people will
realize that this isn't about the marriage altar -- it's about
fundamentally altering society. It's time to look at the marriage
scoreboard -- 30 states to 12 -- and recognize that same-sex 'marriage'
isn't a wave that's sweeping the nation. If anything, it's a call to
stand for natural marriage -- and keep standing." - Hate group leader and apparent pizza fan Tony Perkins, via email.
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