Thursday, January 21, 2010

McCain's wife, daughter back gay marriage movement

Cindy McCain, the wife of 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain, and their daughter Meghan have posed for photos endorsing pro-gay marriage forces in California.
Mrs. McCain appears with silver duct tape across her mouth and "NOH8" written on one cheek in a photo posted Wednesday to the Web site of NOH8, a gay rights group opposed to Proposition 8. The ballot measure passed by California voters in 2008 bans same-sex marriage.
The McCains' daughter Meghan, who has been outspoken in her support for gay rights, has also endorsed NOH8. She appears with silver duct tape across her mouth and "NOH8" on a cheek in a photo on her Twitter site.
Cindy McCain contacted NOH8 and offered to pose for the photo endorsement, the Web site said.
There must be tittering among all the tweetering S&M afficianados up in S.F. John McCain released a statement respecting his muzzled bride and stubbornly refusing to deny the sanctity of traditional marriage. As for his daughter, take a look for yourself: Is this the face of the new Republican party?

1 comment:

  1. I will only say that this is the new face of the Republican party - and by definition American politics, dominated as it is by two parties - if good men continue to stand by and do nothing. God bless y'all for not doing that.

    Matthew Wade