This is good news:
Last week, a Gallup poll showed that a majority of Americans support gay marriage. It was the third such survey this spring, and if you add in the number of Americans who support civil unions, public support for same-sex relationships has more or less become the dominant position.
So how far has the pendulum swung? Even Jim Daly, president of the right-wing group Focus on the Family, seems to be waving the white flag. Here's what he told the evangelical World magazine in their June issue:[...] We're losing on that one, especially among the 20- and 30-somethings: 65 to 70 percent of them favor same-sex marriage. I don't know if that's going to change with a little more age—demographers would say probably not. We've probably lost that. I don't want to be extremist here, but I think we need to start calculating where we are in the culture.
Despite its many boycotts and condemnations of such radical homosexual agenda promoting entities as McDonalds, Hallmark Cards, Campbell Soup Company, The Gap, Ikea, and the movie Shark Tale, the majority of Americans just aren't afraid of the radical homosexual agenda like they used to be. Too bad for you, Focus on the Family.