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-- Exec. Director of the North Carolina Values Coalition

-- Longtime lobbyist for "values" issues

 

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-- Instructs North Carolinians (see 2:40-3:03): "If we truly love our brothers and sisters, we will be seeking their highest and greatest good and what is best for them, and we know that when God's word says homosexuality is an abomination that means it's not the greatest and highest good of our brothers and sisters, so we're seeking their best interest."

-- Asks pastors to speak out against gay people: "We are asking pastors to preach about marriage, to give the Biblical admonitions against homosexuality and then to mention to their congregations the marriage campaign and how they can get involved in it."

-- How she thinks civil marriage should be defined in NC: "It is quite clear that marriage has been defined in North Carolina law by church doctrine, which has been overwhelmingly determined by Biblical principle, since the majority of churches in North Carolina are Christian. Church doctrine has historically defined marriage as a solemn covenant entered into by only a male and a female, even in non-Christian churches. So, our state statute defining marriage between a “male and a female person” is merely a reflection of the ecclesiastical law."

-- Claims: "[T]he battle is not over rights and benefits but over legitimizing homosexual behavior. Deconstructing the traditional meaning of marriage is the primary tactic of gay rights activists to 'mainstream' homosexual lifestyles."

-- Warns that "Gay marriage is the beginning of the end for religious freedom" (see 59:26)

-- Despite the science on the subject, claims sexual orientation includes "homosexuals, bisexuals, and 28 other 'sexual orientations' ranging from pedophilia to bestiality.

-- On marriage equality: "It’s not about civil rights, and it’s an insult to the civil rights movement to say so"

-- Claims "gay adoption deconstructs the definition of family..."

-- Claims her pro-equality opposition wants to "destroy all North Carolina families"

-- Admits of her resistance to same-sex marriage: "I don't want to sanction the lifestyle or behavior with a government license"

-- Refers to a peaceful pro-equality campaign as "waging guerrilla warfare against the people of North Carolina"

-- Equates court-tested marriage equality with destruction: I am reminded of the book of Amos in the Old Testament where Amos prophesied the destruction of Israel from within because they had “rejected the law of the Lord” and had “not kept his decrees.”  Specifically, Amos charged that Israel had “turned justice into poison and the fruit of righteousness into bitterness,” despising “the one who tells the truth” in court.  The courts had become the graves of unrighteousness. Nothing could be clearer than that we as a nation are turning away from truth.  Our courts, which were designed to advance ordered liberty and virtue guided by principles of law that originated from Scripture, are now advancing “revolutionary law” that will change the very foundations of our society.

Commentator Accountability Project (CAP)

Kevin McCullough

-- Radio host, "The Kevin McCullough Show”

-- Regular fill-in for AFA's Bryan Fischer

 

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-- Said being gay kills people (9:34 - 10:41)  [**After we posted this, Kevin or someone on his team "privated" the video]

Paul McHugh

-- University Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

-- Former member of the United State Conference of Catholic Bishop's National Review Board

 

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-- Refers to homosexuality as "erroneous desire"

James Meeks

-- Preacher and leader of the African-American Clergy Coalition

-- Former state lawmaker and candidate for mayor of Chicago

 

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-- Has preached that homosexuality is "an evil sickness"

-- Says same-sex marriage will always be wrong: "that ain't natural"

Jennifer Roback Morse

-- President of the Ruth Institute, which, from 20082013, was a project of NOM’s “Marriage Education Fund”

 

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Douglas Napier

--Senior Vice President at anti-LGBT legal organization Alliance Defending Freedom (formerly Alliance Defense Fund)

-- Resigned from American Bar Association because of "controversial" stances like support for LGBT equality

 

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