Ohio anti-gay activist Phil Burress, head of Citizens for Community Values, is gearing up to fight a proposed ballot measure to make same-sex marriage legal in his state, and he’s not letting the facts get in his way.
Burress tells the Canton Repository that polls showing increasing support for marriage equality are just plain wrong:
“On no other issue in America is the polling data is so wrong,” he said. “The real polls are when people go to the polls and vote.”
He then warns of the “slippery slope” created by marriage equality. “What are you going to do for bisexuals?” he asks. “They have to have a man and a woman to make them happy.”
“Ask the question, how do you prohibit polygamy?” Burress said. “Or anything? You’ve gotta give them anything they want. When you start using words like ‘equal protection,’ or when you can say there’s discrimination, what are you going to do for bisexuals? They have to have a man and a woman to make them happy.”