My Name is Lisa Graham and I’m a NOM Supporter and I Think the Bakers Should Have “made the cake and SPIT in it…”

National Organization for Marriage is trying to divert attention away from their catastrophic losses last week. Their not-so-new poster children are Melissa and Aaron Klein of Sweet Cakes by Melissa. The owners of an Oregon bakery that made national headlines last year after turning away a pair of lesbian brides-to-be are now facing a fine of up to $150,000, which could reportedly leave them bankrupt. (Huffington Post, 10/1/2014)

Lisa_Graham Photo
Meet Lisa Graham of Anchorage, Alaska. After seeing NOM’s post on its Facebook page, Lisa had quite the idea:

Lisa_Graham_NOM
(Lisa Graham: Maybe they shoulda just made the cake & SPIT in it, added some poo, urine, etc!!!)

Kathlyn Cobb-Wells who identifies as being self-employed at Financial Distribution Services in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, suggests:

Kathlyn_Cobb-Wells
(Kathlyn Cobb-Wells: I say bake the cake 5 days early & present lol. Leave it out to go bad.)

Feel the love? Because poisoning a cake is so Christian. National Organization for Marriage and Brian Brown has been made well aware of the comments through Twitter. NOManiacs is unable to directly comment to these posts because NOM has banned us from posting anything that dissents or points out their bigoted statements.

Others have suggested that the lesbian couple go find another bakery, not pay the fines or sue them. Huh? Sweet Cakes by Melissa owners believe it was their religious freedom to deny service to the lesbian couple. However, that is not in accordance to the Oregon law.

In July, a series of photos appeared on Sweet Cakes by Melissa’s official Facebook page, which showed desserts prepared by the company for Restored Hope, a group which has advocated for reparative, or “ex-gay,” therapy. (Huffington Post, 10/1/2014)

More comments from resident NOM supporters calling for continued discrimination, comparing LGBT people to Islamists, pedophiles, sheep…

Martha_Crain_Aldridge

Rick_Pettry

Jenny_Tyrrell_Allen

Jenny_Tyrrell_Allen2

Bruce_Murray

NOM Supporter and Wisconsin State Assembly Candidate Gives Up After Anti-Gay Tweet and Racist Posts Resurface

UPDATE 9/17/2014: We have learned late Tuesday that Jacob Dorsey has suspended his campaign for State Assembly 44th District (Janesville, Wisconsin). Read news story here. NOManiacs would like to thank the Janesville community, Wisconsin press, political leaders and organizations (both Republican and Democrat) in Wisconsin who stepped up and denounced his hate speech, our Twitter friends and followers. We hope Jacob Dorsey truly regrets his posts. America needs leaders at all levels who champion diversity and are committed to represent all. Dorsey was not yet that person. 

UPDATE 9/16/2014: NOManiacs has discovered Youtube comments made by Jacob Dorsey (jdorsey1995) https://www.youtube.com/user/jdorsey1995
jacob_dorsey_hatespeech

Meet Jacob Dorsey. Last Christmas, he was angry that Utah was allowing gay marriages to take place. He sent out a Tweet. 9 months later, even after it was deleted, NOManiacs received a notice from Facebook that the screencap of the Tweet was removed. We wondered why. Turns out, this 19-year-old Mormon kid halted his studies at BYU-Idaho in order to run for Wisconsin State Assembly in Janesville. Made sense — he wanted that screencap removed. So we reposted it. We sent it to the Janesville press, various media outlets. The people have a right to know who and what they are voting.

Within a week, Jacob Dorsey has “apologized” to the press in a statement. He claims he “promptly deleted it” which is untrue. He deleted the gay slur DAYS after and only after getting unwanted attention for it.

Now he’s getting support from an anti-gay Facebook group. He even went as far as to personally thank them.

Here’s how it played out (click to expand graphic):
jacob_dorsey_antigay

My Name is Joe Garcia and I’m a NOM Supporter and I Think Gay People Should Be Murdered

Image

Meet the new loudmouth supporter on NOM’s Facebook Page, Joe Garcia. The last thing NOM needs right now is ANOTHER supporter calling for the death of gay people. Why hasn’t he been banned, NOM?

Like Mary Marcolin, featured in our last post, he, too, hails from a state where marriage equality exists.

Image

Image

Joe has a friend, Eddie C Simolin, who agrees with his murder comment and anything Joe posts. He goes so far to defend him on NOM’s Facebook page.

Image
Image

 

My Name is Mary Marcolin and I’m a NOM Supporter Obsessed with Anal Sex

Image

Really, NOM? You just posted recently about “trolls” on your Facebook page who turn out 9 times out of 10 being people who politely disagree with you. Yet, people like Mary Marcolin are not banned despite using hate language or graphic references to fuel her animus. 

Times are tough for NOM and Mary (she lives in Maryland where there is marriage equality). She reminded us of resident anus-expert Wayne C Cooper

Image

Image

Image

Image

NOM addresses “trolls” on its Facebook page; conveniently ignores hate speech posts

Finally. For the first in over 4 years, National Organization for Marriage decided to finally address their Facebook page. We’ve seen some pretty nasty comments on there — after all, an organization is made possible by their supporters. However, today, NOM posted a “PSA” for their supporters — “ignore the trolls, report them, etc.” Silly.

Image

What NOM does not address
• NOM’s supporters who post hate speech (even those who do it very frequently) are never banned
• Those who post views or engage in a debate with a dissenting/pro-gay marriage view have been banned
• Those who point out the hate speech posted by NOM supporters have been banned
• NOM’s supporters create duplicate profiles or go under fake names
• NOM is falling and can’t get up — so finally after 4 years, they have time to address their Facebook page

Let’s point out some examples. These individuals featured below have not been banned by NOM. Many post on a daily basis to NOM’s Facebook page. Why aren’t these individuals banned?

Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image

This flyer was circulated at the March for Marriage last year. It highlighted NOM’s most anti-gay supporters (most posts weren’t even about marriage). It was also sent to the Lee Boys, the band that NOM had selected to perform at the March for Marriage. The Lee Boys promptly cancelled on NOM.

So, NOM, you really want to address your Facebook page? Maybe it begins with your supporters, not the “trolls.” A “troll” to NOM is anyone who disagrees and posts their viewpoint to the Facebook page, even when they post in a civil manner.