SB 707 and The Politics of Personal Destruction

by | Mar 16, 2010 | Politics | 12 comments

The “tolerant” folks who support “same-sex marriage” seem more than willing to publicly threaten legislators who won’t vote their way. This week, a blogger at the PA Progressive website posted the following, referring to SB 707, the Pennsylvania Marriage Protection Amendment:

“I spend a fair amount of time in Harrisburg. I know who is closeted. Any closeted Senator who votes for Eichelberger’s bill will be outed. I also know a State Senator who is wildly homophobic and is also an alcoholic. One of her rants will also be made public depending on her vote. This is fair warning.”

[UPDATED: to correct number of senators]
Who this woman Senator they threaten is we don’t know; there are four female Senators on the Judiciary Committee; three voted to kill SB 707 by tabling it. Whatever the case, it is “exhibit A” in the politics of personal destruction engaged in by many “same sex marriage” supporters.