Opponents of gay marriage have finally had to swallow a few bitter pills. Their perfect record is now broken, and in pretty forceful fashion: Gay marriage or civil union ballot measures were approved in four out of four states this election.
Does this mean the National Organization for Marriage, an anti-gay-rights group, is rethinking its strategy?
Hardly. The group's president, Brian Brown, set forth four reasons why his movement lost in the elections. And in his view, gay marriage opponents are still winning in the public's hearts.
See the story at Slate.