In reaction to today’s news, I have received a press release from the National Organization for Marriage:
Today, Maggie Gallagher, President of the National Organization for Marriage, released the following statement regarding Carrie Prejean:
“Because Carrie honestly said what she believed in answer to a question–marriage is the union of a man and a woman– she is now the subject of ongoing character assassination. The level of hatred directed at her is astonishing. Even more astonishing is her personal courage and strength of character in the midst of these attacks. Of course Carrie is not perfect. On a personal note, as a former unwed mother, I want to say to Americans: you don’t have to be a perfect person to have the right to stand up for marriage. Nothing gay marriage advocates can do can change the fact-we all saw it on national TV-that Carrie is a young woman who surrendered all the glitter Hollywood has to offer, because she would not become the kind of person afraid to say the truth.
Through Carrie, we are also learning, the lengths some people will go to hurt and harass those who speak up for marriage.”
Any time a liberal starts jumping up and down and yelling about a “scandal” affecting a conservative, remember this reply: “Mary Jo Kopechne could not be reached for comment.”