In spite of inevitability, I always assumed that there were enough devout Catholics around to keep NOM afloat. These are the folks, like Sean Fieler, who live to be inducted into some obscure Papal chivalric order. Yet here is the pitch du jour:
Let me introduce Melissa, David, Emily and Ella
baked and sold 289 loaves of
bread (!) to fund their travel all the way from Utah to participate in
NOM’s March for Marriage in Washington, D.C. along with their two young
Why did they put in so much work to
travel across the country?
As David told the
BYU student newspaper, the Student Review:
It is the future of America. I want my children to grow up in a society that values and understands that men and women have unique things to bring to the table. Children deserve both a father and mother. It’s about what the children deserve.
In Mormon circles, there are a disproportionate number of people with the same name. Mr. Hunsaker is probably this guy:
David Hunsaker graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science
from BYU and works as an academic advisor and assessment specialist in
the College of Family, Home, and Social Sciences
Perhaps they don’t pay this guy enough if he had to bake bread but I digress. The real problem is that he recites the “every child needs a mommy and daddy” routine.
I have yet to understand exactly how marriage equality denies children mommies and daddies any more than heterosexual marriages
Putting kids in magic underwear? Don’t get me started.
If this guy really wanted to make a difference, he would bake bread to feed poor children.