Thursday, January 05, 2006

"" Not Ready for Prime Time

It's amazing the gay activists has gotten as far as they have... When you see a pitiful performance like Tom Lang's on "The O'Reilly Factor" last night, you have to wonder how. Lang is the "brains" behind the vile "" effort to intimidate anyone who signed the new marriage amendment petition.

Intimidation, not smarts, is the key to their success.

Massachusetts Family Institute (MFI) president, Kris Mineau, did a good job on the show, but it was O'Reilly who pinned Lang to the mat. Lang simply couldn't put a good face on his intimidation effort. O'Reilly basically asked why not just let the people vote and what's the point of messing around with the petition signers? Lang could not come up with an answer.

MFI has reported that petition signers are in fact being harassed by automated and personal phone calls at their homes. Lang tried to shrug this off: his group wasn't doing it, MassEquality was! (As if they're not working together!) We reported last week how MassEquality is pretending to search for fraud, but more likely is fabricating fraud and harassing signers. MFI's E-Alert (1-4-06) states:

Homosexual activists, using the Freedom of Information Act, have acquired the names of the Massachusetts voters who signed the Protection of Marriage Amendment (POMA) and posted them on at least two websites, and

It has also come to our attention that there continues to be rampant intimidation of Massachusetts citizens by the radicals within the homosexual movement in this state. We have received phone calls from upset voters who are receiving harassing automated and live phone calls simply because they have exercised their right to participate in an initiative petition. These calls that claim fraud may sound official, but they are simply an intimidation tactic used by our opponents. If you receive one of these phone calls, or are subjected to any other type of harassment due to your signing of the petition, please write a letter to Attorney General Tom Reilly explaining the incident in detail. You can also call the AG’s office at (617) 727-2200, but your letter will serve as an official written report.

Office of the Attorney General One Ashburton Place Boston, MA 02108