You know the ones, about how horrible homos will sue anyone who disagrees with them, ruin hardworking people's businesses, or force churches to marry goats. Or something.
This article from Portland, ME the exposes the strategy. Go! Read! Share!
Frank Schubert likes to tell stories.
Really, really short stories.
Stories so short they can scare the bejesus out of you before you even know what they're actually about.
Schubert, you'll recall, is the California schemer who choreographed the repeal of Maine's same-sex marriage statute in 2009. Now he's back, leading the National Organization for Marriage's offensive against same-sex marriage in referendum campaigns in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington.
Schubert's strategy of choice? Take a complicated story and, in 30 seconds or less, reduce it to televised graffiti....
Now I'll be the first to admit there are plenty of things to lie awake worrying about between now and Nov. 6. But an ongoing employer-employee spat that happened in another country?
Hey, like all the others crafted to inflame rather than inform, that's Frank Schubert's kind of story.
So short on facts it's scary.