This idea of two men getting married is the most bizarre idea in human history. … The whole purpose of marriage is to have a family. It’s not about making people happy. It’s not about love.

Catholic League President Bill Donohue: Marriage has nothing to do with love”

John Fugelsang: The GOP is the ideological equivalent of spandex
Don’t let the doors of the ark hit your ass on the way out.
Judy Gold, guest-hosting “Say Anything!”, re: Mike Huckabee’s threat to leave the Republican party and start his own if marriage equality passes.
This week, John Fugelsang explained how the New Testament doesn’t condemn gay marriage.

This week, John Fugelsang explained how the New Testament doesn’t condemn gay marriage.

Why should equal rights be a popularity contest? As the Supreme Court considers challenges to constitutionality and the Defense of Marriage Act and Prop 8, Cenk comments on how much their decisions can be influenced by the popularity the issue has among American citizens. Sometimes decisions also depend on the evolution of a judge’s view, like Justice Scalia’s curious track record with gay rights.

Get on Cenk’s level by watching ‘The Young Turks’ Monday-Thursday @ 7E/4P on Current TV.

What ever happened to love thy neighbor?

The Catholic Church is pouring unprecedented funds into campaigns fighting marriage equality in the four states where the issue is on the ballot — Minnesota, Maryland, Maine and Washington.

Both the Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus, a fraternal organization within the church, have spent at least $1.1 million fighting marriage equality in these states, according to a new report from the Human Rights Campaign. Public filings show that dioceses from across the country are sending money to anti-equality organizations in the states

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ilovecharts:

Marriage Equality is Now a Mainstream Value

ilovecharts:

Marriage Equality is Now a Mainstream Value

The Guardian offers up an awesome interactive infographic on Gay Rights by state and region.

(via ThinkProgress)
The problem with America isn’t what people do in their bedrooms but what they’ve been doing in boardrooms.

—Robert Reich (via thenationmagazine)

Thank you TWR for this excellent quote from Robert Reich.