I don't get it. In the Feb. 23 OBSERVER, there is a political cartoon picturing a half-staff flag in front of what might be the New Jersey State house with Gov. (I am a bully) Chris Christie, saying "No it's for the death of traditional marriage" with a piece of paper in his hand labeled gay marriage.
He vetoed what his legislature sent to him for approval.
Although I don't care for Christie at all, I never heard him say "it's the death of traditional marriage," although he may have.
I cannot see how gays marrying would affect anyone who has a man-woman relationship. The cartoon should be offensive to those who view this as an absolute if they are gay and want to marry.
This type of rhetoric is tearing this nation apart. Who cares what the gay and lesbian groups do; it doesn't affect anyone else. Unless I misunderstood the intent of the cartoon?
By the way, what was the Whitney Houston reference?