They're At It Again

National Organization for Marriage

Dear Marriage Supporter,

I told you in this week's newsletter about the assault being waged by radical gay activists over the hiring by the New York Giants of former celebrated wide receiver David Tyree, because he has publicly expressed his belief in the Biblical values of marriage and family. (In fact, Tyree was featured in one of NOM's Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance videos because of the earlier attacks he received as a result of these views.)

That's right—they're at it again. Just like with Brendan Eich of Mozilla, or Phil Robertson from Duck Dynasty, or the Benham brothers and HGTV—the radical gay activists who claim to be all about "tolerance" are on a frenzied witch-hunt and demanding that the Giants fire Tyree.

Marriage Supporter, it is unacceptable to think that in America a person could face the loss of his or her job simply for holding a personal belief about marriage and sexuality that happens to be identical to the beliefs of literally billions worldwide and throughout history!

Click here to join me in urging the New York Giants to defy these bullies and intolerant bigots and stand by their decision to hire Tyree—a decision, by the way, based on football and not politics, and in that respect a very wise and prudent decision!

Folks like you and I can't simply sit back and watch this eerily familiar situation unfold without speaking up. We cannot let this kind of thing become a trend. Tyree should be as free to voice his values as anyone else in our country without having to fear reprisals and discrimination.

So please sign this important petition right away!

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Brian S Brown

Brian S. Brown
National Organization for Marriage

Brian Brown

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