This story is awesome. Gay couples with children plan on turning out at the annual White House Easter egg roll en masse.
Of course not everybody finds it as amusing as I do...
Critics have denounced the parents for politicizing such an iconic, American event.
"I think it's inappropriate to use a children's event to make a political statement," said Mark Tooley, who directs the United Methodist committee at the Institute on Religion and Democracy. He wrote a column earlier this year in the Weekly Standard saying gay civil rights groups were making "covert plans to crash the annual White House Easter egg roll."
Sure. It's about protecting the kids and not religion. Whatever, Tooley. At least somebody on your side has a sense of humor...
Other critics have dubbed this year's Easter mobilization "Brokeback Bunny" in online message boards, a reference to Brokeback Mountain, the Oscar-winning movie about two gay sheepherders.
You are too much for me Mr. delicious giant chocolate bunny, you sonofawhoreson bitch! I wish I knew how to quit you.