Let the handful of Roman Catholics in Maine who are not divorced, not remarried or having sex with someone new, not having gay sex, not practicing some form of contraception or not cohabitating decide who among themselves should cast the first stone at gay marriage.
You don't have to read my earlier installment explaining the introduction to the pastoral letter from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops to pick up on what I am saying here about the ridiculous "Part One" of that letter.
As you'll see, if Catholics in Maine believe what the bishops are saying and if they vote against gay marriage in their state, they had better be ready to swallow the bitter pill that those bishops have prescribed for them as well. You can't condemn one group without the others.
Shame on the Catholic bishops for misleading their faithful followers with this nonsense. Catholics in Maine, watch this, and ask yourselves how Jesus would vote.