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National Organization for Marriage’s Confused Logic

December 15, 2009

Updated after posting the wrong version

This just doesn’t make sense.

After the DC City Council voted today to approve marriage equality, the National Organization for Marriage sent out a statement declaring that they will do anything to overturn DC elected government’s stand in support of equality (Mayor Fenty is expected to sign before Christmas).

Brian Brown writes:

“We have one message for David Catania and the rest of these politicians today: this fight is not over. We will go to Congress, we will go to the courts, we will fight for the people’s right to vote and we will win!”

So how, by Brian Brown’s logic, should he–who lives in New Jersey–“fight for the people’s right to vote?”  He should overturn the decision of the elected government of DC by going to Congress (who is elected by everyone EXCEPT DC voters) and ask them to overturn the decision of the government that was elected by the people of DC.

For people like Brian Brown and Maggie Gallagher, their ends justify any means, however illogical or deceptive.  It’s beyond frustrating.

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