Christopher Plante of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) on Monday testified that he objects to a proposed gay marriage bill in Washington state because it would pollute the social environment for future generations, reported.

“Today, you can go to the supermarket and buy seventh generation cleaning products because it is politically correct to be worried about the ecology we're leaving the seventh generation. What is the social environment we're going to leave the seventh generation,” Plante told lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee reviewing the measure.

(Related: NOM pledges to work against Washington state Republicans who support gay marriage.)

Senator Mary Margaret Haugen announced she would vote in favor of the bill before the panel began its public hearing, giving supporters sufficient support to make Washington the seventh state to legalize gay marriage.

Bill Wells of the Beginning Christian Church suggested that lawmakers were acting like Nazis.

“Hitler tried to change and redefine what life was and it was a great failure,” he testified. “I can't believe at the age of 58, I'd even be here discussing something like this. It's totally an abomination and disgusting.”

Another opponent, Ken Hutcherson of the Antioch Bible Church, accused lawmakers of second guessing God.

“So you're telling me that you know better than God,” Hutcherson said. “You're telling me that God is not right by limiting marriage to just a man and a woman. You're doing the same thing. You're just saying God is too narrow minded, but you're just as narrow minded, because you just want to give it to two men or two women.” (A video compilation is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)