Rob and I have the misfortune of having Jim Moran as our Congressman.
Recently Moran participated in a photo campaign to oppose laws that prevent gays from marrying. The NOH8 Campaign is described as a “photographic silent protest” organized in response to the 2008 passage of Proposition 8, which invalidated the recognition of same-sex marriage in California.
I’ve said before that I support marriage equality – I don’t believe the government should interfere in what is essentially a personal decision between two people who love one another to spend their lives together. It’s not up to any government to acknowledge or sanction this relationship.
So I don’t have a problem with his participation in the campaign.
I’m just wondering if we could keep the duct tape there permanently.