When a Focus On The Family video kicks off with a gross misrepresentation of history, you know we’re heading into a rocky horror picture show. But that’s what you get when the organization’s “head counselor” Dr. Bill Maier insists “marriage has always meant the bringing together of men and women to commit themselves to each other and to commit to bringing up the next generation in a cooperative way.” Which is a lie.
You’re going to get angry, or roll your eyes, listening to Maier rant on with his misinformation campaign (he says gay marriage “completely destroys” the family unit). Maier is here to explain “how the Church should respond to attempts by gay activists to redefine marriage and criminalize biblical teaching on the issue of homosexuality.” Like pointing to the Netherlands, where gays can get married, but continue to suffer all these psychological problems. “God’s design is being distorted … twisted, and manipulated.”
Meanwhile, I’m not sure when this was recorded, but at the very least Maier could pick up a copy of Us Weekly: he still claims Rosie O’Donnell and Kelli Carpenter are together. LIAR!! But don’t let that get in the way of listening to Maier explain how Rosie is doing her kids a disservice by being the type of mommy who wants another mommy.