Monday, November 14, 2016
Worthless piece of trash...That's what an admissions director from Virginia's largest public University, George Mason, recently said about National Organization for Marriage supporters.
The story is all over the internet and is at the end of this email. But the screen shot below pretty much sums it up.
I don't know about you, but all this does is energize me. We’ll have more to say shortly about this particular situation with George Mason University, but we’re not going to be intimidated or step down from the truth, and the more our opponents spread lies about us, the more firmly we are committed to standing together for the truth of marriage.
Because same-sex marriage activists are now concerned. They're concerned that what they created through an unjust court decision may eventually be undone. They're concerned that the next step in their agenda, stripping the truth of gender from our children, may not be so easy to accomplish.
They thought that we would just close our doors after the Obergefell decision.
But they were wrong.
Not only did we not shut down, we laid out a plan to restore marriage in law and culture and to defend religious liberty.
We've got a lot to do, and we all need to be in this together. We've a laid out our plan. It's clear. It's direct. It's something we can all take part in.
But right now we need to grow our movement. We need to amplify our voice.
We need you now.
We need you to follow us on Twitter, to like us on Facebook, to boldly send our materials to your friends and family and ask them to do the same.
We won't sit back and be dismissed as "worthless" pieces of "trash". But in the way that great Americans always have, we will fight back with our voices, with our lives, with all of our being for those great truths that no Court can change: that the family is the basis of a just society, and at the root of the family is the beautiful reality of male and female, husband and wife, mother and father.
That's something worth fighting for, don't you think?
Well, let's get to it.
If you want to read the full-story on the GMU Admissions Director click here.