Tuesday, October 13, 2009

"Catholic" Gay-Marriage Ad Running in Maine

Homosexual advocates have released a shameless new ad featuring a grandmother and two gay men urging Maine voters this November to approve same-sex "marriage." The grandmother in the new commercial speaks about her Catholic faith and the importance of the institution of marriage, but then urges voters to support same-sex "marriage."

CatholicVoteAction.org President Brian Burch said, “For decades gay and lesbian groups have attacked the Catholic Church for refusing to accept their skewed views on human sexuality and marriage. Having lost that battle, they have now launched this desperate and despicable attempt to curry favor with Catholics by pretending that the Catholic faith supports their radical agenda.”
Burch continued, “Gay marriage groups have lost virtually every ballot question put before the people for a vote, including a major defeat in California last November. They are no longer content to defend their radical beliefs on their own, and instead have stooped to lying about the Catholic Church and its teachings, proof that gay activists will stop at nothing to promote their agenda.”

“Everybody knows the Catholic Church is opposed to counterfeit marriages. The Church believes marriage is a natural institution, vindicated by common reason that serves both men and women, and the needs of children. The Church defends marriage as a civic institution believing marriage and family to be the fundamental unit of society,” explained Burch.

“For homosexual groups to suggest that the Catholic Church believes otherwise is disingenuous, dishonest, and an insult to the intelligence of Catholic voters in Maine,” said Burch.

“We call on Protect Maine Equality to stop lying about our faith and to immediately pull this ad from the airwaves and from YouTube,” said Burch

The ad, produced by Protect Maine Equality, can be viewed below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKBkVF6aexA

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