Outrageous is the only word to describe the content of new advertisements the National Organization for Marriage, or "NOM" as they also call themselves.
According to Time Magazine:
There is a storm gathering. The clouds are dark and the winds are strong. Apparently, there's lightning too. Oh, and your freedom's about to be taken away and you will have no choice about it. (Read "Despite Wins for Gay Marriage, Obstacles Remain.")
We won't keep you in suspense. The storm is the gay marriage debate. The clouds and strong winds?
Those are an April 3 Iowa supreme court ruling and the Vermont legislature's decision to override a governor's veto on April 7, making the states the third and fourth in the country where gay marriage is now legal. (The other two are Connecticut and Massachusetts.)
In response to these recent additions, the National Organization for Marriage rushed out this ominous new television ad ahead of schedule, featuring monologues from parents, teachers and doctors in gay marriage battleground states worried about what same-sex unions mean for their freedom. "This comes from the heart of people who want to protect marriage," says Maggie Gallagher, president of NOM.
You simply have to watch this video:
Get your umbrella everyone! The people in this video truly look like drones.
UPDATE: Though this is far from a laughing matter, some people have made some humerous changes to the public service announcement from NOM: