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Family Research Council Screaming About O’Brien’s Same-Sex Wedding


Oh my gosh! Conan O’Brien is going to perform a same-sex wedding on his show and the Family Research Council is having a conniption fit! According to the FRC “If Conan O’Brien thinks hosting a same-sex ‘wedding’ on his show will help its popularity, the joke’s on him.” Actually, the joke may be on the FRC. While yes, it is likely that the wedding is not going to be, well, much of a huge boost for Conan’s ratings, it is still going to endear him to the LGBTA community.

The FRC also stated that “If Hollywood wants to help our movement highlight what a sham same-sex ‘marriage’ is, then late-night television is the perfect medium! O’Brien’s camp insists that the ceremony isn’t a ‘publicity stunt.’” Well, the FRC and the National Organization for Marriage have shown just how much of a mockery of opposite-sex marriage is. After all, they have shown that they do not care about opposite-sex marriage as they have remained silent throughout the impending divorce, after seventy-two days of marriage, of Kim Kardashian and what ever her latest husband’s name is.

Speaking about the push to end the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act, the FRC stated “The Judiciary Committee is widely considered the most partisan of all committees, and its 10 liberals do not represent the values of the broader Congress–or the country.” Of course, the fact that over half of Americans now support same-sex marriage seems to be completely ignored by the FRC. But, then again, they only count their supporters as the majority in this country and not, you know, all of Americans.

Here is their full email…and girl, it is full of idiocy:

If Conan O’Brien thinks hosting a same-sex “wedding” on his show will help its popularity, the joke’s on him. To celebrate the funnyman’s one-year anniversary on TBS, “Conan” is broadcasting this week from his old neighborhood in New York City. And in a desperate move for ratings, the host is taking advantage of the state’s new law by “marrying” two of his male staffers on the program. Thanks to a free online certificate from the Universal Life Church, he can even officiate. While Conan might grab a few headlines from the ceremony, the irony of a comedian performing the ceremony–along with his joke of an ordination–is notable. If Hollywood wants to help our movement highlight what a sham same-sex “marriage” is, then late-night television is the perfect medium! O’Brien’s camp insists that the ceremony isn’t a “publicity stunt.”

You can expect the same fictitious claim in the U.S. Senate. There, liberal Democrats are doing their best to steal the spotlight on marriage by introducing a bill to redefine it. Sponsored by a former San Francisco Mayor, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the deceptively-named “Respect for Marriage Act” would topple the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and open the federal floodgates to same-sex unions. Like us, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) shakes his head at the bill’s title. “George Orwell would have marveled at that name. A real bill to restore marriage would restore marriage as it has been known: as between one man and one woman,” Grassley said. “That is the view of marriage that I support. This bill would undermine, not restore, marriage by repealing the Defense of Marriage Act.”

The Judiciary Committee is set to consider the bill tomorrow (though it could be delayed a week), and given the committee’s Democratic majority, it will almost certainly pass. Enter the liberal media, which will bombard Americans with a wave of news about the progress of the same-sex “marriage” movement. Don’t buy it. The Judiciary Committee is widely considered the most partisan of all committees, and its 10 liberals do not represent the values of the broader Congress–or the country. Its Democratic members include: Sens. Pat Leahy (Vt.), Herb Kohl (Wisc.), the bill’s author, Dianne Feinstein (Calif.), Chuck Schumer (N.Y.), Dick Durbin (Ill.), Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.), Amy Klobuchar (Minn.), Al Franken (Minn.), Chris Coons (Del.), and Richard Blumenthal (Conn.). Not one of them scored higher than a zero percent on FRC Action’s Vote Scorecard. How’s that for extremist?

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One Response to Family Research Council Screaming About O’Brien’s Same-Sex Wedding

  1. Herald

    November 3, 2011 at 9:17 pm

    “Not one of them scored higher than a zero percent on FRC Action’s Vote Scorecard. How’s that for extremist?” It sounds like a good reason to seriously consider voting for them when the time comes.