Diaz, Protesters Try to Find the Right Message Against Marriage

On Sunday afternoon, as the first day of same-sex marriages were certified at the city clerk’s office, hundreds of protesters marched from the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 3rd Avenue office to the United Nations.

The protest was organized by the National Organization for Marriage, and it brought together a diverse group of opponents — every race, religion, and ethnicity was represented – but one that was often at odds with itself. Read More

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    “Supposedly the decision was already made, but I don’t want people making decisions for me — I would like to make my own decisions.”
    Uh, that’s what a representative democracy is. These people are seriously deranged. It’s OK though, they keep pushing their beliefs on people, and they are slowly being resented more and more. They will be the reason for religion dying out.

  2. Anonymous says:

    One more: Maggie Gallagher, cofounder of the National Organization for Marriage, said that anyone preaching a message of hate or divisiveness did not belong in the protest.

    The problem with this statement is that you can’t deny gay people rights without using hatred and faulty logic. They resort to their religious books that condemn gays to hell. This “love the sinner” crap is so stupid. It doesn’t even make sense. How about this, Maggie: you believe what you want, and I’ll believe what I want.  Then we can both keep it out of our shared government.