Does anyone else hear wedding bells?
Ever since Sen. Ruben Diaz's impassioned "no" to marriage equality-- followed by some bizarre ramblings on the floor of the Senate and ensuing defeat-- he's been the focus of intense scrutiny from the liberal press, even notably complaining vociferously about the "hatred" he experiences at the hands of one of my favorite bloggers, Joe Jervis of JoeMyGod.
It seems that there's a whole support group for marriage haterz who vote against gay rights (and then get roundly denounced by the left), as he's now blathering on about how all the other anti-gay bigwigs are writing letters of support to him, including Archbishop Dolan.
He released a list of these arch-villains and their "statements of support." None, however, neatly demonstrates the unholy alliances that take place in order to deny LGBTs the same rights as everyone else as the missive from renowned crazy person, Sally Kern. Just a reminder-- she once asserted that gays are a worse threat to America than terrorists.
"Sen. Diaz, you are in my prayers. Three years ago I was the target of the homosexuals because of statements I made regarding the dangers of the homosexual agenda. So I know what you are going through. Continue to stand strong on God’s Word. What the homosexuals mean for evil toward you, God will use for His glory, your good, and the benefit of others. God bless you and your family."
Awww, isn't that precious? I can't shake the image of Diaz, Dolan, Kern, Bryan Fischer, Rick Santorum and friends all gathered together in a church basement, chainsmoking and chugging coffee all while detailing the horrors they experienced at the hands of the "radical gay agenda."