Monday, April 27, 2009

Gay Marriage Spreads Without Backlash

Maggie Gallagher, the National Organization for Marriage's president and a conservative commentator, said there's no shortage of grassroots conservative anger over the recent moves expanding gay marriage. That outrage may not be getting much national press attention, but it remains a potent political force, she said. "It's manufactured moment, this idea that people are ready to give up on the gay-marriage fight," Gallagher said. "In Connecticut, in New Hampshire, in Iowa, the legislators are being flooded with phone calls on this issue. People are not happy with gay marriage."


peter hoh said...

Does your headline reflect what you intended to mean?

Betsy said...

Peter, I posted the article as I saw it. It depends on how you look at it. It does make sense in a certain way.