More Victims Of Gay Marriage

RainbowZine, a service of Rainbow Law: news for the LGBT community., www.rainbowzine.comThe gays just won't give up. It doesn't matter how many lives are affected, and all the heart break. It doesn't matter at all. They just won't give in. Their latest victim was announced just today, when they caught a big one--Karl Rove. Yes, another heterosexual marriage falls because of gay marriage. And there is no sympathy at all from the gays for this man of moral Christian values, who certainly would've never gotten a divorce if it hadn't been for the gays.


And then there is the case of the highly virtuous senator from Nevada, John Ensign, an intensely religious man with impeccable values, who was forced by the gays into an affair with a staffer. And as if that wasn't enough, Ensign's good friend, the religiously moral, Sen Tom Coburn, was compelled by gay marriage advocacy to keep Ensign's affair secret, even though he knew about it for over a year. Coburn also urged Ensign to pay the staffer a substantial sum of money  The gays just have no pity.

And still just today we found out that the family values Governor of Nevada became another victim of the gays as reported on Political Wire:

Nevada's "marital nightmare" finally ended, the Las Vegas Sun reports, as Gov. Jim Gibbons (R) agreed to a divorce settlement with first lady Dawn Gibbons.

"The melodrama leading to Monday's settlement had been a long, rough ride for the governor. His popularity plunged as the economy tanked (political experts disagree how much the personal travails played into it), and he now faces an uphill battle to get past the June Republican primary, never mind winning the general election in November, for the re-election he covets."

The AP notes the deal reached "does avoid a messy public trial filled with allegations of infidelity, name-calling and mean-spirited attacks."

The gays just never let up; not even for a minute.

And who can ever forget that morally ethical governor of South Carolina, who had the nation mesmerized when he disappeared for a few days this past summer. Yes, he admitted he was having an affair, but what never came out was that the affair was motivated by the idea of gay marriage which was sweeping the nation. You may have thought that this fine man didn't care about his wife or South Carolina. Well, you were wrong, because he proved just the other day how much he cares about South Carolina when he announced his opposition to the health care bill.

Then there is the case of Rush Limbaugh. A man, who each day speaks to the nation about moral values, and family and ethics. A man who believes deeply in the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman. Well, the gays did not think it was enough to wreck one of his marriages, but they had to ruin all of them. How heartless can they be? First Roxy, then Michelle, and then Marta. Three marriages, all ending in divorce, and each one can and should be blamed on the gays.

And, of course we remember Newt Gingrich. He was the author of the "Contract with America," much of which presents a highly moral vision of a family values America. The contract is sometimes credited with turning the congress republican in 1994. Mr Gingich's morality is beyond reproach. However there is this:

Mr. Gingrich's marital history is a matter of public record, and it is not tidy. He first married at age 19, to his 26-year-old former high-school geometry teacher and then, so the story goes, presented her with divorce terms after she was wheeled out of cancer surgery.

Mrs. Gingrich #2 was dumped after her husband had carried on an extramarital affair with a fetching, blond congressional staffer named Callista Bisek, who went on to become the present Mrs. Gingrich #3. This Family Values paradigm was complicated by the fact that whilst Mr. Gingrich was filibustering Ms. Bisek over the Speaker's desk, he was simultaneously leading the impeachment charge against a naughty president of the United States.

All this is well known, but what isn't very well known is that Mr. Gingrich's marital problems stemmed directly from the gays beginning their plans to get married someday. So chalk up Gingrich as just another victim of the gays.

Oh and I'm certain this list is far from exhaustive, Rudy Guliani, Phil Gramm, Bob Dole, Pete Wilson, John McCain, Ronald Reagan. I invite all of you out there to feel free to add to it, so that all the victims of the push for gay marriages are identified. We need to make sure that those responsible for the moral decay in our land are always exposed for what they truly are.

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