The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Saturday, July 15, 2006



Action Wisconsin and Fair(y) Wisconsin hardly need their own websites promoting the homosexual agenda. The Oshkosh Northwestern does an even better job promoting the sodomite side of things than the queer's own outlets.

An illustration appears in this letter by my fiancee (yes, Action Wisconsin and the Oshkosh Northwestern will probably be offended that I am engaged to a member of the opposite sex). I'll be surprised if the "unbiased" executive editor, Stew Rieckman, allows this to see the light of day.

Am I accusing him of censoring the truth, you ask. YES.

Dear Editor,

Once again an edition of the Oshkosh Northwestern appears to have been published by the “Fair Wisconsin” group supporting homosexual marriage.

An article in Sunday’s paper claimed that the polls now show a nearly even split of those favoring the bill to define marriage as between one man and one woman, and those opposed to traditional families.

The polls have been running at least 60%-40% in favor of upholding traditional marriage and this makes it look like the gap is narrowing toward homosexual marriage,

The only problem is that the poll was from Madison - the hotbed of homosexuality in Wisconsin. It’s actually surprising that even in Madtown, the sodomite agenda lost 49% to 48%.

To print a Madison poll as representative of the state of Wisconsin couldn’t have been more deceptive and irresponsible if the Northwestern actually did allow Fair Wisconsin to approve that edition. The Northwestern staff ought to be ashamed of themselves for so blatantly shilling for the sodomite agenda while pretending to be reporting a news item.

Is the Northwestern really that stupid, or do they think their readership is that stupid?


  • At 1:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The poll was a Wispolitics.com poll, and it did survey the entire state.

    See the press release and poll description here.

  • At 3:36 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    It doesn't say they polled the entire state. Madison residents are Wisconsin residents.

    A dozen polls in a row showed a 60%-40%, or greater, margin in favor of the amendment. All of a sudden this one comes out claiming 50/50 and it's plastered all over the media.

    That large of a change doesn't happen overnight. If one poll shows vastly different numbers than SEVERAL others, chances are something is wrong with that ONE.

    600 people polled? We have about that many in attendance every Sunday morning. I'll take my own poll of 600.

    Hey look - new poll says the bill is favored by a 99% to 1% margin! Scientific poll of 600 respondents.

  • At 5:34 PM, Anonymous Ray said…

    Who cares what the polls say anyway? It doesn't matter until people vote.

    But I highly doubt they'd only poll Madison people.

    Congrats on your engagement.

  • At 11:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Here are the first two paragraphs of the press release:

    "Wisconsin residents are evenly split over a proposal to ban gay marriage and Vermont-styled civil unions, according to a new WisPolitics.com statewide poll.

    "The statewide telephone poll of 600 randomly selected Wisconsin adults last month shows amendment support and opposition virtually equal. About 49 percent of those responding to the scientific poll supported the amendment, and about 48 percent were opposed with the rest refusing to answer or not knowing enough to answer."

    What about "statewide poll" doesn't make sense to you?

  • At 11:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    No wonder you never get published. Your letters fail to meet basic accuracy standards.

  • At 2:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

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  • At 2:10 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Profanity removed.


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