The truth is that pro-gay mar­riage forces have suc­ceeded in their bigot-brand­ing cam­paign and will not stop with mar­riage. Be­cause they won this pub­lic re­la­tions war, you can ex­pect to see the racist-bigot la­bel mar­keted in other con­tro­ver­sial sit­u­a­tions.

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But you rarely hear those ar­gu­ments ar­tic­u­lated in the me­dia, which are largely sym­pa­thetic to gay mar­riage. Not only that, but peo­ple who feel strongly about main­tain­ing a spe­cial sta­tus for tra­di­tional mar­riage have al­lowed

The truth is that pro-gay mar­riage forces have suc­ceeded in their bigot-brand­ing cam­paign and will not stop with mar­riage. Be­cause they won this pub­lic re­la­tions war, you can ex­pect to see the racist-bigot la­bel mar­keted in is just about over. Con­ser­va­tive states won’t pass it, but lib­eral states will. There was a time when we truly were the united states. No longer.

Bill O’Reilly is a na­tion­ally syndicated colum­nist.

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