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Screw You, NOM!

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Oh hell no! Somebody doesn't want to play by the rules!

The National Organization for Marriage, a group that publicly opposes same-sex marriage, is suing the Rhode Island Board of Elections for not allowing them to do whatever the hell they want.

The group is interested in running some campaign ads during the upcoming governor's race. While they won't admit who they are for or against (not that we really need to be told), they do want to ensure they won't have to comply with the state's campaign finance laws. They feel that they should not be "forced to report its expenditures or comply with spending limits or bans that are required for political action committees." NOM doesn't consider itself a PAC, as it isn't controlled by a political candidate, so why should they have to seal with such "burdensome" rules that hinders their free speech.

Um, maybe because what you have to say SUCKS?!

What makes you think you're so effing COOL that you should get all this special treatment? We could only imagine what it is you want to run in these ads that you want everything kept so hush-hush!

This is complete bullshiz! Stop trying to get in the way of giving equal rights to all!

Shut your mouths already!

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20 comments to “Screw You, NOM!”



  1. 1

    yup dude. stop peoples right to speak and have an opinion. sounds like a great country!



  2. 2

    glad that RI is sticking to their rules & not letting the ignorant hate mongers spew their bs without disclosing their finances - like every other group who wants to run political ads has to!



  3. 3

    Re: bobo99 – You're a moron. It isn't even the fact that they oppose gay marriage; it's the fact that they're trying to circumvent the laws of political ads that were established for a very good reason. They may not consider themselves a PAC, but gay marriage is most certainly a very politically-based topic and any organization that protests it (or champions it, I suppose) are automatically categorized as a political organization. Pull your head out of your ass and think for a moment before you speak.



  4. 4

    typical.. that's politics.. always finding those loopholes

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


    5

    There are specific criterion to be considered a PAC, and if they meet it, they'll have to disclose and comply like everyone else. If they didn't oppose same sex marriage, would this be posted to bring focus to them? Not ruddy likely.



  6. 6

    It's so pathetic that people just think of themselves as the utmost of authority on matters such as this. I find it both comical, and pitiful, that people can spend their lives devoted to making sure that certain members of society are purposely discriminated against. What kind of people do that? I am all about freedom of though and speech, however, it baffles me that the American Government just simply sits idly by while things of this nature happen right before their eyes.

    To members of NOM: I sleep with men. I am sexually attracted to men. I love men and will be with one for the rest of my life, as soon as I find the right one. I never chose this; it's something that occurs NATURALLY in me. When was the first time you chose to like a woman or a man? To be straight? Who I sleep with at night has absolutely no effect on your life in any way, shape or form. And quite frankly, who I marry is none of your business either. Spare me the bullshit remarks of "saving the younger generation" or whatever excuse you've come up with. We all know that you choose to be discriminatory because you simply cannot accept the fact that homosexuality is as natural as heterosexuality, or any other sexual orientation for that matter. It "grosses you out" and to that, I laugh. Grow up. Are you or aren't you educated adults? Shame on you. And shame on the US government.

    I am SO grateful to be a Canadian… and not an ignorant reject.



  7. 7

    "Stop trying to get in the way of giving equal rights to all!

    EQUAL RIGHTS? Since when you have the right to redefine marriage to your personal liking. Why do people think they have a right to change whatever they want and if they can't everyone else is a bigot and discriminating them.



  8. 8

    If they truly aren't a PAC, then they don't have to follow the rules for PACs…obviously. Just because you don't like what they have to say doesn't mean you can make up stupid rules.



  9. 9

    Ok, I've been reading about 10 minutes. Time to find some "juicy" celebrity gossip. Perez, why don't you just put up a gay site for gay gossip and news? Your site is so unbalanced that your readers don't know from day to day what to expect. That's not exciting or spontaneous. It's distracting and tends to send us off to "click" on something we can actually "concentrate" on.



  10. 10

    @XHOLLAX THANK YOU. IM ALL FOR EQUAL RIGHTS BUT THIS BITCH DOES IT FOR PUBLICITY



  11. 11

    yay, finally, an organization that stands up to the minority!!! Go NOM!!! You don't have any tolorance for anyone who stands up for an opinion that is different than yours perez…
    EVERYONE has a right to believe what they believe and it doesn't have to be your way or no way. Marriage is between a man and a woman!!! I believe that and so does everyone I know.



  12. 12

    This is the GOP. Today's modern party. These people want your votes.

    Is this what you want for your country?

    Are these the leaders you want?

    Is this the separation of church and state?

    Thomas Chi, Author
    Selling Sex to U.S. Senators



  13. 13

    They're connected to the LDS church, and that church has been so secretive about all their expenditures, especially with NOM, prop 8, etc. It isn't because their message is shitty, it's because of who the organization is composed of. I agree that it is shitty, but at least get your argument right.



  14. 14

    even though you don't agree with what they have to say, they still have a right to say it. Sorry, it's sad but true. You're just making yourself sound as much of an ignorant asshole as those people.



  15. 15

    Re: Christina Polo – agreed



  16. 16

    Ha… We became the 10th country with a nationwide same-sex marriage law in July (Argentina) and we listened to a LOT of outrageous comments from sick people.
    Now my question was (and is now) where is the limit for "freedom of speech"? Anyone can come out and say disturbing things and it's "ok" because they're expressing themselves?
    Do I have to sit down and chat with a nazi listening to him/her politely saying that jews, black people, etc, should be wiped out of existance, for example?

    That time here when they were trying to stop this law taught me that I no longer have tolerance for intended ignorance. What I mean is that when it comes from people who could afford education, those thoughts will no longer be respected since they don't deserve it.



  17. 17

    "Maybe that's because what you have to say SUCKS"……
    Way to put together a strong, logical argument dickhead. You're not helping the cause any with stupid remarks like that.



  18. 18

    I agree that it sucks, but EQUAL rights mean just that- EQUAL. That means that hateful or not, they have just as much right to free speech as you do. "What they says SUCKS," isn't a legitimate argument.



  19. 19

    Agree with Cheapmetaphor. While I personally oppose NOM's values as well, you just sound like an uneducated 10-year old.

    Way to help gain respect with your juvenile post. Idiot.



  20. 20

    i hate gays. i like this