Friday, September 18, 2009

Summer's Over!

Hi all! No, MassResistance didn't kidnap me and send me to an ex-gay camp.

I haven't posted anything because Brian and Amy have finally become like that fly that gets stuck between the closed window and screen. They fly around a bit then tucker out , crawl around at the bottom of the window sill then get more tuckered out from flying in circles. Frankly, MassResistance is doing my job for me!
Ever since MassResistance was named a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center they have gone unnoticed around here. (that's probably why they complain about it so much) Marriage Equality passed in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine and you didn't see hide nor hair of them in any of those states. That's not to say that the other right wings wackos like Porno Pete and the American Family Association's One News Now haven't stopped listening to them, however, New England has. Oh, but their partner in anti-gay hate, Mad Dad David Parker did make the rounds. I caught him giving "testimony" during the huge public hearing on the marriage equality bill in Maine, he was essentially laughed off the podium however (Mainers do not like outsiders interfering with their business). Additionally, Maggie Gallagher, anti-gay marriage professional from NOM was also in the region giving what I guess would be called a pep talk to the people in RI since that is the only New England state that doesn't have marriage equality...yet.


Apparently, the only big news about MassResistance is that Google has a disclaimer on their MassResistance Blog that warns the viewer of objectionable content. Of course, this being MassResistance, Brian Camenker has another conspiracy theory about that too.

All in all it's been a pretty good summer, well, except for the weather but I, unlike Brian Camenker, wouldn't blame marriage equality for that. Anyhow, I hope to continue with the blog because you know MassResistance is itching to make the Southern Poverty Law Center's hate group list for another year, third time's the charm!


Oh, and if anyone of you happen to be attending Out and Equal's Workplace Summit in Orlando this year stop by and say hello.

2 comments:

Nelson G. said...

You do realize that you can't blog about them not blogging anything anymore, do you?

schag said...

I missed you! Glad to see you back!