A couple in Idaho have launched a
personal campaign against gay rights as gay and lesbian couples in
the state began exchanging vows on Wednesday.
Justin and Melanie Sease of Meridian
have taken their message to the streets of Meridian, the state's
third largest city. The couple has added anti-gay messages to both
their cars, including “Just say no to same-sex marriage,”
“Homosexuality is a sin & a abomination in God's eyes” and
“We can never accept public
homosexuality,” Justin Seal told KBOI
2News. “It's wrong. And it's wrong in God's eyes first. He's
very clear in the Bible. The Bible says that when homosexuality is
publicly accepted, basically it spreads like a cancer.”
“This is kind our little way of
protesting the homosexual extremist movement,” he added.
Melanie said she's received lots of
positive feedback: “Most everyone who has seen our vehicles gives
us a thumbs up, waves, smiles or honks.”
Of course, many Christian denominations
support marriage equality. In fact, it was a
lawsuit filed by a church that struck down North Carolina's ban.