Sunday, December 1, 2013

MassResistance BEGS for Money in Their Latest Money Grab

MassResistance is claiming that they have a "friend" who will match $75,000 if they raise it by December 31th.  Of course, Brian Camenker is the "director" of the organization so essentially, if you're contributing, you're paying his salary. It doesn't appear from their website that there is anyone else in the organization. I'm guessing with all the recent slap downs by state legislations and voters that the anti-gay well is drying up:
….We believe that good people must stand and fight back without compromise and without fear. In doing this, we have garnered worldwide respect from pro-family activists. And as 2014 approaches, we are dedicating ourselves to doing much more.
We depend on people like you -- big end-of-year opportunity! 
But a major part that equation is broad financial support from people like you. You are the hope of America for protecting traditional values. You don't have to contribute a lot of money. Even a modest amount -- even $9 -- makes you a part of this fight instead of being just a bystander. 
We are asking you to consider making a donation today, especially if you haven't done donated before (or recently). This is particularly important right now, because if we can raise $75,000 by December 31, a generous donor has agreed to match that. And you will be investing in uncompromising activism that really has no price.

Apparently, MassResistance was involved in all the states that had recent victories for Marriage Equality so I guess it's a good thing to fund MassResistance.  Their crazy antics has really opened the eyes of those people on the fence.  This so called "pro-family" organization just happens to be a recognized hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center for 6 years in a row.

Oh, and they're expanding their hate worldwide:

Helped fight "gay marriage" in state (and foreign) legislatures.People around the country -- and around the world -- look to MassResistance when "gay marriage" is threatened in their state. Were were VERY busy this year, working closely with activists in Hawaii, Illinois, Rhode Island, Delaware, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Indiana -- and even across the ocean in Australia,England, and France.