It's kind of like reality TV: You know it is the embodiment of everything you hate about media and the society that wallows in it. You know you shouldn't give it an audience. But when you stumble across it, you can't help but be transfixed. Behold.
Once again, the douchetards over at the National Organization for Marriage (a most sacred institution in this country. See divorce rates: A little less than half of all marriages, says the CDC) have unveiled the latest exercise in vague innuendo.
Let's take it claim by claim:
"Massachusetts schools teach second-graders that boys can marry other boys." Yeah, that's the law in that state. Boys can still marry girls, you know, if they're so inclined.
"A California school took first-graders to a same-sex wedding, calling it a "teachable moment." In which kids don't become future NOM flunkies.
This last assertion is a little difficult to follow: "The rights of people who believe marriage means a man and a woman will no longer matter, will all have to accept gay marriage whether we like it or not." Ok, so since when did marriage between a man and a woman matter anyway? Nearly half of all marriage ends in divorce, most often with infidelity as the cause. Yes, the sanctity of marriage is at stake, but gay marriage isn't what's threatening it.