Bil Browning

Game On: Spaulding to Expose NC 'Family Values' Hypocrites

Filed By Bil Browning | February 23, 2011 11:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Politics
Tags: family values, hypocritical politicians, North Carolina, Pam Spaulding, Pam's House Blend

Yesterday contributor Michael Hamar posted that he was joining in my quest to discover the dirty secrets behind hypocritical "family values" legislators in his home state of Virginia, Photobucketlast night brought us another convert to the cause. After North Carolina legislators introduced a marriage discrimination amendment yesterday, Pam Spaulding of Pam's House Blend has decided to sign up for a good solid helping of dirty underbelly too.

What I do know is that if the GOP wants to play hardball on this issue when we already have a state DOMA (and they need to be working on fixing the economic mess the state is in), I say go for it.

Game on. We will explore every co-sponsor over the next year. The taxpayers have a right to know:

  • How many times have these lawmakers been married?
  • Who's breaking the sanctity of their marriage vows?
  • Are there closet doors to be kicked open?
  • Who's carousing for same-sex encounters at rest stops?
  • Who has their hand in the till?

The voters of NC have a right to know, since these elected officials have decided that they have the right to enshrine bigotry into the state constitution...

And if you're inside or outside of NC, it's time to dig up the dirt since the NC bigots (and enablers, since Dems who aren't willing to speak out against it are just as bad) apparently want to go there. I know we have a lots of little birdies willing to sing sweet information into my ears.

Game on.


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Go pam. More states need to be doing this. Force everyone out of the closet - queer and straight - and see how willing people are to cast stones afterwards.