Politically incorrect quotation marks

Dylan Parry represented the Guild of Blessed Titus Brandsma yesterday at a meeting convened by Jamie Bogle of the Catholic Union to explore ways of opposing the government's plans for same-sex "marriage". Members of the Coalition for Marriage were present as well as representatives from a number of other groups. You can see the full list at Dylan's post: Catholic groups unite forces to oppose 'gay marriage' - In promoting traditional marriage, we're all in this together!

It is encouraging to see this grass roots opposition growing. The Coalition for Marriage petition has nearly reached half a million. If you have not signed, or if you can get a few more people to sign up, now is the time. Also a good time to send in any half-filled sheets of signatures - you can always get more forms.

I do recommend that we all use quotation marks when writing about same-sex "marriage." Thinking about this, I wonder how long it will be before we are fined for using them.

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