Help me contact Thomas Peters at NOM!

Rob Tisinai

April 4th, 2013

I’ll have to push today’s video for the National Marriage Organization to tomorrow. Unlike my allies, Brian Brown and Thomas Peters of NOM, I don’t get paid to do this, and thus have other work to complete.

Speaking of Thomas Peters, could you all help me out? Thomas made me sad the other day when he tweeted this:

Actually, it wasn’t Thomas Peters who made me sad, but the gay activists who mocked him for this tweet. See, apparently Thomas’ very big brain is so very strained with his many main arguments against same-sex marriage that he has forgotten about his very sensible policy of blocking gay activists who address him with their real accounts.

I mean, he did that to me, and I totally deserved it. What kind of decent person would ambush the Communications Director of an organization by calling him at work to ask about one of the organization’s communications?

But I also realized — now that I’m blocked I have no way of telling Thomas I’ve switched to his side! Since I don’t have a video to post today, would you mind taking those 60 seconds to  tweet one or more of my videos to Thomas? And also to NOM?

I’d surely appreciate it. I feel confident in saying my little videos completely capture the spirit and depth of their organization.

PS  Here are some short links for you:

  • Redefining marriage: http://goo.gl/mVmp5
  • Think of the children: http://goo.gl/QQVlO
  • Leviticus: http://goo.gl/zzXY6

 

Bill T.

April 5th, 2013

Joe. My. God. has just posted a tweet from chicken-shit Peters and he is complaining about how persecuted he is by gay activists.

He really is a little chicken-shit coward when confronted.

Priya Lynn

April 5th, 2013

What’s a “public foursquare check-in”?

Rob Tisinai

April 5th, 2013

Priya, a “public foursquare check-in” is something we pro-traditional-marriage advocates talk about to establish how hip and cool we are.

None of us know what it actually is.

Jim Hlavac

April 5th, 2013

As a gay activist with 100 followers, aka, my own extended family — nay, with a following of millions, for we are the leaderless movement, we gay activists, you at Box, and others and all — I can tell Mr. Thomas that I don’t hide my identity, and I can’t be mean as he wishes – but only logical and reasonable in a confusing debate, which of course infuriates him.

So if he wants to track me down to have whatever sort of discussion he wishes to have, Hlavacs are not hard to find. I shall be glad to speak to the man.

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