“It is time to bear witness to the fact that the people of Kentucky have stood for marriage, and do stand for marriage now,” said Kent Ostrander, executive director of the Lexington-based Family Foundation, which sponsored the rally.
Several legislators — most Republicans — spoke in support of the effort to get the General Assembly to pass legislation during the special yesterday, or in a special session Gov. Ernie Fletcher plans to call beginning Aug. 13.
The sex groups joined together to issue a joint press statement.
Unlike Kentucky Fairness Alliance, Kentucky Equality Federation has teeth. If you follow news about Kentucky Equality Federation in Louisville or Northern Kentucky they are young in comparison to the Louisville sex group or the KY Fairness Alliance meaning their management and members appear to be 28 or younger.
Are these tactics a sign of the times of what I have to look forward to as I get closer to 60? Maybe they are more than a sex group and possibly an age group also?