Although the election is done and dusted for another few years (only two more years before campaigning starts again…sigh), it seems that the National Organisation for Marriage is gearing up for a new round of campaigning against marriage equality. This time they are targeting corporations like Starbucks who engage in overseas business ventures.
As you will read in today’s link their plan is to concentrate their campaigns in countries where same-sex marriage is already unpopular and their hope is that this will impact Starbucks and other multi-nationals. It’s an interesting approach, but one that will likely have little effect I suspect. More interesting is the comments that they make about how they see the Supreme Court will view the four recent votes on equality. I think that NOM have finally flipped in their reasoning…