Daddy Dobson: the forces of hell are attacking marriage
The increasing hysteria and flop sweat on the right as the marriage protection amendment vote approaches makes you picture Daddy Dobson and friends running down the road, emitting blood-curdling screams as the homo demon slithers toward them.
Cos as you all very well know marriage is under vicious attack, now I think from the forces of hell itself. Now it’s either going to continue to decline, and as I told you in my office a few minutes ago, I believe with that destruction of marriage will come the decline of western civilization itself.
We’re really in a crisis point, right now, right now… Where the family is either going to survive or it’s going to fall apart and it will happen in the next few years.
Daniel noted that the “forces of hell” for these people must certainly include the kids of gay couples, you know, the little ones rolling Easter eggs on the White House lawn.
It’s not the first time that Daddy predicted a cataclysm if gays are allowed to marry. Take a look at this juicy quote, during the Oklahoma Senate race between Dem Brad Carson and Rethug Tom “Sterilize ’em” Coburn, in October 2004.
Dobson warned those attending the Friday afternoon rally at Oklahoma Christian University that the sanctity of marriage between a man and a woman must be protected. … “Homosexuals are not monogamous. They want to destroy the institution of marriage,” Dobson said. “It will destroy marriage. It will destroy the Earth.”
UPDATE: Take a look at the ad campaign that Daddy Dobson is running, targeting specific senators who will be voting on the marriage protection amendment:
The ads ask readers to contact their senators – who are undecided or opposed to marriage-protection efforts – and urge them to approve the MPA when it comes to the Senate floor.
Arkansas – Sens. Blanche Lincoln and Mark Pryor (PDF)
Colorado – Sen. Ken Salazar (PDF)
Florida – Sen. Bill Nelson (PDF)
Indiana – Sen. Evan Bayh (PDF)
Louisiana – Sen. Mary Landrieu (PDF)
Maine – Sens. Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe (PDF)
Montana – Sen. Max Baucus (PDF)
Nebraska – Sen. Chuck Hagel (PDF)
New Hampshire – Sen. John Sununu (PDF)
North Dakota – Sens. Byron Dorgan and Kent Conrad (PDF)
Pennsylvania – Sen. Arlen Specter (PDF)
Rhode Island – Sen. Lincoln Chafee (PDF)
South Dakota – Sen. Tim Johnson (PDF)