NOM: it’s a staining stench

Timothy Kincaid

June 26th, 2013

“There’s a stench coming from these cases that has now stained the Supreme Court. It’s imperative that Congress continue to protect the right of states to not recognize faux marriages in their state.” — Brian Brown

You already know what the National Organization for Marriage (theirs not yours) has to say, but here’s their message in short.

“… dismay and outrage … illegitimate … will be rejected by tens of millions of Americans … demanded … miscarriage of justice … overturn the perfectly legal action … over 7 million California voters … rewards corrupt politicians … preserve the right of states … refuse to recognize faux marriages … over 52% of the vote … homosexual groups and activists … a homosexual judge in San Francisco … Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals … liberal judge Stephen Reinhardt … stench … stained … corrupt … betray the voters … illegitimate decision … refuse … rogue decision … corruption … so-called gay marriages … vast majority of American voters … marriage as the union of one man and one woman … major victory for those defending Proposition 8, especially Chuck Cooper and his firm, along with the attorneys at the Alliance Defending Freedom, and Andy Pugno of the Prop 8 Legal Defense Fund.”

Clearly there’s a staining stench over there in nomian reality which leads to delusion.

Bose in St. Peter MN

June 26th, 2013

The “stench” language pays homage (intentionally or not) to an opinion piece from 2004 or so by Stephen Bennett (then a full-time ex-gay, in more recent years, a realtor in Connecticut).

Bennett’s comment then was that gay relationships were “an abomination to [God] and a putrid stench in His nostrils.”

If my name was Brown, I’d avoid using vivid imagery to basically call a Supreme Court ruling sh*tty. But, go for it, Brian! Have fun with it…

Richard Rush

June 26th, 2013

There will always be those who emit a stench, and then create the impression that it came from someone else.

Jim Hlavac

June 26th, 2013

Other than that, he loves us, he says. Yah.

Greg

June 27th, 2013

That stench is Brian Brown’s career lucrative rotting away.

Greg

June 27th, 2013

*lucrative career that is

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