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!