When Like Attracts Like

I can’t help but get a chuckle out of this. Opponents of same sex marriage apparently get a little bent out of shape when their fellow haters — in this case the Klan — turn out to show their support.

The Ku Klux Klan plans to rally in Austin to support the gay marriage amendment set for the Nov. 8 ballot.

The rally planned on the steps of city hall the Saturday before the election will urge voters to favor Proposition 2.

However, some who support Proposition 2 don’t welcome the KKK’s assistance.

One such person is Pastor Ryan Rush of Bannockburn Baptist Church.

Rush said that a group that would come in that is characterized as hateful and bigoted is not welcome in this city. He said he doesn’t want the Klan as a partner on any cause.

Why the chuckle? Because I think it’s funny when people who advocate for a law that would mandate discrimination against an entire group of people actually don’t see themselves as bigots. It’s almost enough to inspire a new respect for the Ku Klux Klan. At least the Klan member know what they are and are honest about it.

Via QueerDay.

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One Response to When Like Attracts Like

  1. Rachel S says:

    Yeah, I’m laughing with you on that one.

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