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

Friday, November 30, 2007



by Al Doyle

With the recent first anniversary of the one-man/one-woman marriage amendment in Wisconsin, it's an appropriate time to look back at the events of 2006 as well as what may happen in the future.

After 20 consecutive ballot defeats in other states, the pro-sodomy side pushed hard to break the losing streak in Wisconsin. Cheeseland's well-deserved reputation for left-leaning politics combined with a hefty war chest (estimates range from $5 million to $8 million spent during the campaign) and much pro-queer cheerleading from the mainstream media certainly helped the homo cause.

That broad and not easy to define group known as "Bible-believing Christians" was officially designated as the main opposition. While the media likes to portray this segment of the populace as a united coalition, nothing could be further from the truth. Fundamentalists have little in common - especially in doctrine - with tongues-speaking charismatics, but that's not how the media describes the situation.

Even though it may not have been possible to get this widely varying batch of citizens to work totally in concert, there was nothing to prevent people from working within their own circles to promote the marriage amendment. While a fair number of Christians were diligent and did their duty like godly men and women, the vast majority sleepwalked and cowered through Wisconsin's ultimate high stakes moral showdown.

Even though some might trot out the lame excuse of "No one told me", anyone who wasn't living in a cave 50 miles beyond an Amish village was inundated with secular and Christian media coverage about the marriage amendment. Talk shows, TV news segments and newspaper accounts buzzed for months before the election. Unless you were on extended sabbatical in rural Mongolia, there was no way not to hear about the amendment battle.

Recognizing what was at stake, Wisconsin Marriage Defenders laid out a plan to cover as much of the state as possible with the excellent tract Homosexuality: The Truth. In addition to educating the public about the perverted reality of sodomy, the tract includes a clear salvation message.

Our plan was ambitious, but definitely realistic. We were able to distribute close to 15,000 pieces of literature in 14 different cities and small towns. More than half of that total was pumped into Oshkosh, which (like many university towns) has an active nest of perversion promoters and justifiers.

While we were glad to accomplish much of our goal, a number of towns that were on our list never received a lit drop. Why did this happen? A lack of help from the spineless.

Our technique is very simple. An 8-year old could do it, and a few hours of lit dropping by a small team is sufficient to make a major impact in a town. We needed help (as in a Saturday morning of volunteering) to reach our goal, but much of the Christian community didn't have the guts to take a modest stand against those who would gladly turn their children into sexual deviants.

If that's not the reason, maybe they didn't want to give up a few hours of golfing time. While it's possible that others were engaged in this kind of effort, we never ran across anyone duplicating our work. No one ever told us of a similar lit drop aside from a group that put out a superficial and almost indecisive flyer of their own.

Considering what was at stake, the response against the sodomites was weak and insufficient. If there was ever a time for Christians to react with the fury of an enraged pit bull, the marriage amendment campaign was that moment in history. This is not a knock against those who did the right thing (you know who you are). The numerous spiritual pacifists can respond with the usual whining, weak excuses and cliches.

While many marriage supporters may have rejoiced over the 59.4 percent margin of victory, it certainly could have been better. A more proactive approach could have boosted that number to 65 percent and led to greater discouragement on the homosexual side.

The very misnamed Fair Wisconsin - a well-known sodomite advocacy group - licked their wounds and slithered back to their holes for awhile after the election, but they certainly haven't quit promoting their depraved agenda. If you don't believe me, just visit FW's weekly meeting each Wednesday night at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. I'm sure UWO isn't the only campus in the state to receive regular doses of Fair Wisconsin's toxic brew.

An urgent message to the perpetually complacent: 50 percent plus a few votes in the future won't mean victory. If the real margin is 52 or 53 percent, you can bet the ranch that the homosexual side will engage in wholesale vote fraud. Every dead sodomite from here to San Francisco will end up "voting" several times wherever a referendum is held. These kind of games happen with some regularity in America.

As much as I've rebuked sleepy church members, they are merely the symptom of the deadly disease of apathy and terminal reality avoidance. Let's get to the real problem.

Christians tend to follow and emulate the lead of their pastors, and that explains the widespread timidity of the modern church. For the most part, fundamental, evangelical and charismatic pastors are in desperate need of a spinal implant.

We contacted a number of pastors in other like-minded churches. One pastor provided help with our lit drops. Most of the rest even lacked the basic manners to respond and let us know that they weren't interested. In some ways, these cowering pharisees are more effeminate than the homosexuals who hate them and want to see their churches shut down for good.

As wickedness continues to assault the nation on all fronts, it's obvious that America needs revival. That won't happen as long as America's pulpits are filled with Barney Fife impersonators who whimper mealy-mouthed sermonettes in exchange for their 501(c)3 government licenses.


  • At 2:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    This is so sad. I feel so sad for anyone who feels he has to hate so much. Please pray for comfort and ask God to take this angry burden off your shoulders.

  • At 4:10 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    What hate? We love people enough to tell them the TRUTH, even if they hate us for it.

    Warning people of danger is love, not hate. Letting them wallow in danger is not love at all.

  • At 1:50 PM, OpenID jspeenburgh said…

    Your an idiot full of hate and your values have no place in America.

  • At 3:24 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    If you're going to call someone an idiot, use proper grammar so you don't look like an even bigger idiot yourself.

    If you believe my values have no place in America, YOU are the one who is INTOLERANT. You are also wrong. One man one woman marriage has always been the value in America. It's your values (or lack thereof) that are un-American.

    Don't be such a bigot.

  • At 3:50 PM, OpenID nightvakrowe said…

    Please stop shoving your religion down my throat. Your religion is not my religion.

  • At 6:20 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Nobody here shoved any religion down your throat. YOU came to this blog, I didn't go to you. This isn't your blog, this is my blog. If I follow you to your home preaching, then you have a reason to claim I am shoving my religion down your throat. But if you come here, willingly, you are ASKING for whatever you get.

  • At 10:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    So you must like big government then? You want the government to use force with churches to tell them who they can and can not marry? I am so glad you are enlisting mommy government to save us all. I suppose you want the government to provide health care for us also? Oh lets not stop there, can we get them to provide the food for us all also?

  • At 12:16 AM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Just the opposite. I want the Federal gov't out of the issue. Neither do I want the State gov't to be able to give legal sanction, and my tax money, to a couple just because they practice perversion.

    What people do in private is their business, as long as they keep it private. That doesn't make it right or wrong. We have the right to be secure in our houses (4th Amendment).

    I don't know about you, but I don't go around peeking in people's windows to catch homosexuals performing their acts. When it becomes a problem is when they want their lifestyle to be accepted by others or be made a public issue. That is where I draws the line. I do not support any gov't recognition, funding, or benefits for sodomites.

    I believe marriage should be a religious matter, as it used to be, and not a gov't matter. If sodomites want some kind of union recognized by a sodomite church, have at it. But it should not receive gov't or public blessing. This problem has gotten continually worse as the federal gov't gets more involved. The solution is not to give the federal gov't more authority in our private matters.

    The Lawrence vs. Texas decision declared homosexuality a constitutional right at the federal level and struck down all State anti-sodomy laws.

    I believe the Lawrence vs. Texas decision was unconstitutional and perverse. It should be a State or local matter and even then, as little gov't involvement as possible.

  • At 7:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    So you still want the govt involved in marriage. You are advocating for the govt to solve this issue for you that it itself has created (and as a bonus you think govt should be involved IN 'State anti-sodomy laws' ??). Govt should not be involved in marriage AT ALL! Straight , gay, what ever.

    Stop spreading these big government ideas.

  • At 5:25 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Then why do queers want the right to "marry"? If they want to marry in their church they can do that NOW. They want the right for the GOVERNMENT to recognize their marriages and to take part of MY paycheck. The gov'ts legitimate part in this is to protect my paycheck from the queer thieves who want to steal it.

    However, the State and local gov't does have the right to set morality standards. I'd rather they avoid it as much as possible, but the queers are the ones forcing the issue. Get back in your bedroom and practice the privacy you claim you want, and the whole issue goes away. It's only an issue because YOUR side wants to make it a public matter.

  • At 6:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "They want the right for the GOVERNMENT to recognize their marriages and to take part of MY paycheck."

    Bingo! Solution? Get GOVERNMENT out of marriage. Provide no welfare benefits for married couples.

    "However, the State and local gov't does have the right to set morality standards."

    WOW! Your like some sick twisted version of Hillery Clinton and Mike Hukabee.

    "It's only an issue because YOUR side wants to make it a public matter."

    LOL so since I advocate small govt I must be gay? Gays calling out for "marriage rights" are just as bad you calling out for the opposite. You both keep thinking that mommy govt will help solve your problems.

  • At 12:58 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Hey Anonymous, read your Constitution. State and local gov'ts DO have the right to set their own standards. It's the Fedgov that doesn't have that right.

    Although it would not bother me for gov't to get out of marriage altogether.

  • At 1:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "State and local gov'ts DO have the right to set their own standards."

    I don't care what "rights" you think that the govt has. Anyone who thinks that govt should be involved with marriage is a freak. You think your defending it?? What a joke!

    "Although it would not bother me for gov't to get out of marriage altogether."

    There you go! Lets fight for that, not more govt control. The free market can handle gay marriage. Sure it will still happen but do not support the churches and organizations that go against your beliefs.

    Its the same thing as a smoking ban. I can't stand smoke but I would never support a govt ban on it. Instead of using force and the guns of govt, I vote with my pocket book and do not support businesses that allow smoking within them. (unless they have a good ventilation system in place)

    By the way .. If my church allowed gay marriage , I would NOT support it and would find a new church.

  • At 2:10 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    State rights have nothing to do with what *I* think. They are defined in the 9th and 10th Amendments.

    The govt's job is to protect our liberty and justice. If the homosexuals want to foist their lifestyle on us, the State gov't can, and should, prevent it.


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