Election Day was a disaster for the National Organization for Marriage: it lost in all four states in which marriage equality was on the ballot in some way; it failed to take out another Iowa Supreme Court justice who had ruled in favor of equality; and it failed in its mission to defeat Barack Obama.
If Only NOM Had Used its ‘Devastating’ Playbook on Election Day
NOM’s answer to all the above is a new book that Brian Brown calls “the strongest pro-marriage argument ever written.” Brown says the book What is Marriage? “demolishes the usual objections to our cause.”
Brown says it’s “Providential” that the book will be released in just a few weeks. But if the book is as “devastating” to marriage equality arguments as Brown claims, wouldn’t it have been more “Providential” to have it come out before, not after, NOM lost four statewide campaigns in which it was presumably making all the same arguments? Look for deep discounts on What is Marriage?