MD Gay Activists Resort to Intimidation

In Maryland homosexual activists are using new tactics to intimidate voters amid a campaign to overturn the state’s homosexual “marriage” law.

The gay activists are tracking down people who signed a petition to overturn the law, they locate their residence on Google Maps and then knock on the door and call the petition signers “haters” for opposing homosexual marriage.

Derek McCoy, chairman of the Maryland Marriage Alliance, the group that successfully organized the petition drive, says the homosexual activists are using “coarse intimidation” to try and change people’s minds so that they will vote against overturning the same-sex “marriage” measure. But McCoy doesn’t think the coercion will work. He says it gives people in Maryalnd “even more reason…to stand up, voice their opinion and make sure that their voice is heard loud and clear.”