Wednesday, December 9, 2009

AUDIO: National Organization for Marriage Expands Legal Challenge Against Maine

Now they believe they should be exempt from having to disclose their financial sources in candidate races, not just initiative campaigns. Who do these people think they are?

For full text of this report, click here.

In my opinion, they're just digging themselves into a bigger hole. Recently, I reported that they're facing a possible IRS probe. They have also subpoenaed Fred Karger of Californians Against Hate, who has been responsible for getting Maine and California to investigate the organization, in an effort for him to hand over all documents he has against them in their counter lawsuit against these states.

It's only a matter of time, folks.

1 comment:

  1. You know, I've been thinking that, as well. NOM and the opposition are fighting a losing battle. They think they're winning at the ballot. They think they're winning when bills are rejected in the state legislatures.

    Where were we 10 years ago, though? Nothing was happening. Now, each pseudo-defeat calls more in the LGBT and allied communities together. When we lose at the ballot, we're already discussing tactics to return and win it back. Minds and hearts are rapidly changing in our society. The states that allow same-sex marriage stand as proof that it's not a detriment to American society.

    It certainly is only a matter of time, and I'm looking forward to the day when everyone is finally equal and the question equality in general with the LGBT community is forever put to rest and simply becomes a given.