WISCONSIN MARRIAGE DEFENDERS

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

Sunday, August 29, 2010

DOES IT MAKE A DIFFERENCE?

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Do the protests of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders make a difference? The answer is a resounding and emphatic YES!



EXHIBIT A:



A few years ago, Oshkosh was a homo hotbed in Wisconsin. Pastor Ralph Ovadal, who has been doing this for over 20 years, told us that, aside from Madison, he received more hateful and threatening calls and letters from Oshkosh than any other city in Wisconsin, including Green Bay, Appleton, Racine, Kenosha, etc. Many of the State's prominent homosexuals and lesbians were based in Oshkosh.



But we started appearing at their rallies and having our own rallies, and since the year we started there has not been a single open homosexual event in Oshkosh. Their publicity has been confined to the pages of the lavender lapdog Oshkosh Northwestern, which now has so little circulation and influence as to be irrelevant.



We have effectively run them out of town. Green Bay could do the same if they weren't bigger sissies than the sodomites. It's not that difficult. All it takes is a few godly men to stand.



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



Deut 32:30 How should one chase a thousand, and two put ten thousand to flight, except their Rock had sold them, and the LORD had shut them up?



EXHIBIT B:



There were only a handful of us for the last protest in Green Bay. Our church was having its Vacation Bible School, and several dozen of our best men were involved in that and could not come to Green Bay with us. Of course we have already noted the total lack of support from Green Bay Baptist churches (they will be raking in some awards shortly).



In fact, I suggested to Al that because our representation would be so sparse, we might be better off to stay home this time. Al decried, "No way. We have to make a representation even if we are the only ones. You already took a day off work and we're already here. We've got to go now." So off we went.



As it turned out, despite our low turnout, the news media gave us equal, if not better, coverage in their website and on TV. Had we not gone, the news coverage would've been 100% pro-homosexual. Instead we got 50% of the coverage, and their 50% came with the baggage of knowing they were being opposed.



EXHIBIT C:



Oshkosh and Lacrosse are very similar in both being UW college towns of similar size. Both colleges are typically liberal and pro-homo. We are also saddled with the most pro-homo newspaper I've ever seen that was not declared to be a homosexual publication (like the "Blade").



When the One-man/One-woman marriage bill was being debated and voted on, we, of course, spent most of our time in Oshkosh. Oshkosh voted to pass the bill by a 60%-40% margin, while Lacrosse voted against the bill, instead supporting queer marriage. Our actions helped make a 20 point difference.

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