Standing on the sun drenched steps of Lewiston City Hall the No Special Rights team officially launched their campaign on Saturday, June 9, 2012.
Volunteers gathered from all over Maine to say NO to sodomy based marriage.
Maine will vote on the issue again in November of this year. "Gay" rights have been on a state or local ballot well over a dozen times in Maine over the past twenty five years. It has been hotly debated in Maine's legislature since the late 1970s. Activists like the former leader of the Maine State Housing Authority, Dale McCormick, started out saying they didn't want to destroy the institution of marriage. In 2008 they got the Legislature to give them marriage. Maine people rejected the law at the polls in the fall of that year.
Millions of dollars and tens of thousands of man hours have been wasted on this issue in Maine in the past three decades. Just this week volunteers promoting sodomy based marriage were identifying "friendly" voters at the polls. They accomplish their wicked task by asking people if they want to love and accept everyone.
Their propagandizing has been so effective that supporters of the No Special Rights PAC will not donate money for fear of being persecuted by homosexuals. Young people are being conditioned to "tolerate" sexual deviance by civil rights teams. These taxpayer funded groups, managed by the Maine Attorney General's office, are active in all of Maine's public schools.
One haunted young man recruited into the homosexual lifestyle by a homosexual-friendly group of adults in his Belfast public school forced the popular pro family website, www.massresistance.com, off the internet this week. He used Maine's court system to accomplish his dastardly deed. It is beyond belief that his attack on free speech has gone so far in Maine. This example of harassment is a harbinger of things to come if Maine voters don't stop homosexual activists in November.
Nevertheless, men and women gathered on the steps of Lewiston City Hall Saturday morning undaunted by the intimidation tactics of the "gay" lobby. They pledged to work hard for a NO vote from now until November.
Paul Madore of Lewiston, co-chair, led off the press conference. Discussing the beginnings of the homosexual attack on Maine in Portland in the early 1990s Madore observed, "Unlike Portland, however, Lewiston did not succumb to the intimidation tactics of this radical movement and rebounded with a 67 percent margin of victory the following year, setting back the homosexual juggernaut by more than five years."
Commenting on the role of Christianity in this fight Mike Heath, co-chair of the campaign, said during his remarks, "The most unloving and intolerant act we could choose to perform would be to not engage the people of Maine in a conversation about morality, sodomy and sin."