When is a lobbyist not a lobbyist and when is a threat not a threat?
David Edmunds is not a lobbyist for the Family Foundation when he is a contributing columnist and policy analyst.
A threat is not a threat when there is absolutely no evidence that the threat ever existed, such as denying people health insurance will destroy marriage.
Edmunds somewhat incoherent rant, against everyone that doesn’t agree with the Family Foundation party line. does have one true statement (even if the grammar is egregious).
“It is clear that those pushing this special-interest agenda were less than forthcoming.”
I know he means the dreaded gay-lesbian liberal intellectual conspiracy to corrupt the morals of right thinking married people. We all know how those people are out to push their evil agenda of allowing people to have health insurance.
So in the interest of being forthcoming, I am sure the Family Foundation will soon be publishing the names of all of those couples who have had their marriages saved by Kentucky’s codification of bigotry.
Edmunds starts and finishes his rant with the question "Where's the fire?"
Well Dave, here’s the answer.
There are over 46 million people that do not have health insurance in this country. While the actions of two universities in Kentucky will not make even a minor dent in the problem, they are moving in the right direction.
I would respect The Family Foundation and its’ hired guns if they actually cared more about people and less about everyone marching lock step to their particular brand of political correctness.