Comedy anti-gay marriage ad is a hit

Anti-gay marriage ad from 'the coalition of people whose lives are ruined whenever other people are treated equally' is viewed nearly 300,000 times in one day

Comedy anti-gay marriage ad is a hit
05 March 2013 Print This Article

A satirical anti-gay marriage ad was uploaded yesterday on YouTube and already has been viewed nearly 300,000 times.

The video from comedian Brandon Muller features a straight couple struggling to deal with the news that gay people want to be able to get married.

‘What’s going to happen to our marriage?’ the wife asks. ‘I don’t want to get divorced or marry a woman!’

The couple’s small daughter arrives and says, ‘mommy, daddy if gay people were allowed to get married will you still love me?’. Her dad comforts her with, ‘let’s hope it doesn’t come to that’.

The ad, paid for by ‘the coalition of people whose lives are ruined whenever other people are treated equally’, ends with the message:

‘Help keep straight people from getting divorced and hating their children. Oppose gay marriage’.

Watch the ad here:

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