Bill Donohue to Piers Morgan: ‘I Want the Law to Discriminate’ Against Gays
Divorced hypocrite doesn’t want gays to be able to marry.
“Obama has always liked the idea of two men getting married. He had to change, because he wanted to become president and he said he invoked his Christian moorings,” said the Catholic League President. “Now today he had to wiggle with that.”
Bill Donohue, who himself is divorced and the father of two now-grown children, told Piers Morgan, “I want the law to discriminate against all alternative lifestyles,” which, Donohue says, includes straight unmarried “co-habitating” couples, and, of course Donohue’s favorite target, gay couples.
Earlier yesterday, Donohue, after President Obama said he supports same-sex marriage, fear-mongered with the suggestion that polygamy will be Obama’s next marriage evolution step.
And last month, Donohue offered a “thought experiment” on abortion that focused on the “weeding out” of gay babies.
Donohue, whom the New York Times described in 2009 as “perennially indignant,” also trotted out a supposed case of a brother and sister who are trying to get married. “It’s in the courts,” Donohue screamed when Chad Griffin cooly characterized the entire issue — including Donohue’s bringing it up — as “ridiculous.”