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

Thursday, November 09, 2006



TG: The GOP purposely wanted this one-man/one-woman marriage amendment on this ballot so it would draw conservatives to the polls which they hoped would allow their candidates to beat the Democrats. However, NONE of the Republican candidates took a visible stand for the amendment. They were afraid the amendment might cost them some votes. Instead, the amendment passed by a 60/40 margin. It was a big winner. Any candidate standing for it would certainly have gained a significant amount of support. Mark Green lost the gubernatorial race to Jim Doyle by a 52%-48% margin. Had Green stood for the marriage amendment, certainly he'd have gotten more than the 2% he needed to win. He'd be governor right now if he just had the backbone to stand for traditional marriage.

It's a good thing these spineless jellyfish lost. If they don't have the courage to stand for what's right on such an important moral issue now, what would they stand for once under the pressures of the office? Hopefully the GOP will learn that cowardice and compromise is a LOSING strategy and will realize they must run some genuine conservatives if they want to win in the future.

Proverbs 28:1 The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.


by Al Doyle

The passage of the one-man/one-woman marriage amendment to the Wisconsin state constitution is a great blessing from the Lord. While many people worked hard to inform voters about the utter depravity of sodomy, it was the God of heaven who granted us victory against an extremely well-funded enemy that never met a lie it wouldn't use.

One especially large leech - the Republican Party - hoped to latch onto the momentum and citizen interest in the issue for its own selfish benefit. "It's our job to be sure that people go to the polls to vote for the marriage amendment and the Republican candidates for governor," declared Republican Party of Wisconsin executive director Rick Wiley in the February 28, 2006 edition of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

There was one problem: Aside from courageous Rep. Mark Gundrum (Assembly sponsor of the marriage amendment), no GOP politician would touch the issue with a 10-foot pole (TG: At least not one running in this election). GOP candidates never mentioned the amendment and its importance during their campaigns, hoping they wouldn't have to borrow a spine and take even an insincere stand for morality.

Payback came on election day, as Republican candidates in Wisconsin and elsewhere were put on the unemployment line in large numbers while the marriage amendment won by a nearly 60-40 margin. In the case of the anti-sodomy amendment, nearly 283,000 more voters chose the biblical model for marriage than voted for Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Green. How did this happen?

Many independents and moderate Democrats are for marriage, and they wouldn't be inclined to vote for the GOP candidate. That still leaves a large number of voters - maybe even the 175,000 that Green would have needed to beat Doyle - who avoided the Republicans like the plague. Why did they do so?

It's because people with strong faith and personal integrity are totally turned off by the two-faced chameleons who run the Republican Party. They TALK of values, but what they DO is completely contrary to their speeches. Former House speaker Dennis Hastert's cover-up for peodphile/sodomite GOP ex-congressman Mark Foley is the just the latest of many examples of the true state of Republican ethics. Aside from Texas congressman Ron Paul, it would be nearly impossible to find a Republican officeholder or bigwig who has an even marginal understanding of the U.S. Constitution.

Slavish GOP loyalists - a numerically small cult with less discernment and ability to think logically than a typical Moonie - are the only group who still views the party as a bastion of traditional values. Instead of standing for righteousness, Republican insiders shamelessly court the sodomite Log Cabin Republicans, and George W. Bush appoints an ever-growing list of homosexuals to high-level government positions.

To God be the glory for the victory in Wisconsin. It became a reality without the cowardly, ever-compromising Republican Party.


  • At 6:42 PM, Anonymous zippy boi said…

    I've done my part.

    You're going to have to reread your blog comments back to the time Al Gore invented the Internet.

    What a dope, trying to kill the homo within! Just can't be done guy, no matter how many leaflets you pass out or comments you delete.

    Silly Rabbit! LOL


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