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Randall Terry Draws Just Two Supporters to His Nationally Declared Anti-Gay Rally

Writing from the scene, where I’ve seen it myself:

Randall Terry and his Cameraman, alone at his anti-gay rally in Mount Vernon Square, Washington DC, October 10 2009This week, anti-gay activist Randall Terry called for a demonstration to descend on Mt. Vernon Square in Washington, DC, where President Barack Obama is set to deliver a speech to the Human Rights Campaign. His message: God’s Law of the Bible forbids same-sex marriage, and so must American law.

How many supporters of Randall Terry’s message made it to his demonstration? Two. And one of them was his cameraman.

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  3. Jim says:

    I’m pleased to see that the media isn’t writing up stories giving equal space to Randall Terry and his two supporters (actually, one supporter and a cameraman) just for the sake of “equal space.” The real story I see coming out of this, the ONLY story I see involving Randall Terry and his sympathizers, is just how unenthusiastic and limp the anti-gay movement has become.

    Make that the ONLY story other than the questions I got to ask Randall Terry personally, the question he answered on video. More on that later. (Hint: it rhymes with “Bleocrats”)

  4. J. Clifford says:

    Aristocats? No, that’s not it…

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