Filed By Bil Browning | July 28, 2010 11:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Fundie Watch, Marriage Equality, Media Tags: anti-gay violence, lynch gays, National Organization for Marriage, NOM
Based off the "lynch gays" sign we captured at NOM's Indianapolis anti-gay rally, Projector Rob made up a new logo for the hate group. I think you'll like it as much as I do. It seems entirely appropriate.
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I can't help but wonder wonder about straight people who act like gay marriage is a big pain in their ass.
I am surprised they have not been listed with the Southern Poverty Law Center as another hate group.
Somehow I don't see the point in recreating promotional material for NOM's hate tour, but I'm sure they have their crack photoshoppers already working hard on a poster...
I'm with Nathan --- this poster might be a big joke to us, but their reaction probably will be, "OK --- so why do you think this is funny?"
Who will be next on their "String 'Em Up!" list? You stop a hate group at it's beginning, not after it has a 100year history. The KKK put politicians in office too!
People really do like that noose sign guy. Why didn't NOM ask him to leave instead of just telling him not to be crazy in the interview? I thought they were more on their game than this.