The Deceiver, Part II: Focus On The Family genre: Gaylingual & Six Degrees of Speculation & Uncivil Unions

Forked tongue

James Dobson and his organization Focus on the Family (I call it his "Wingdumb") stand by their interpretation of research on gay parenting despite the researchers assertion that the data has been manipulated for political usage. Thought Theater previously reported on the issue here.

Additionally, the organization has launched a campaign to oppose an initiative on the Colorado ballot supporting domestic partnerships. The campaign is called No-Moo-Lies and is meant to offset the ads being run by proponents of the initiative. You can view their website for this particular campaign effort here.

With funding from the Gill Foundation, those who are supporting the measure have launched a campaign called "Born Different". It is about a dog named Norman who moos instead of barks. The point of the advertisement is that being gay isn't a choice. The following is one of the ads they are running:

Daniel DiRito | July 20, 2006 | 11:34 AM
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