The Gay Rights Revolution Arrives At Fox News

Whether Fox’s on-air talent is going rogue or the mandate is coming from on high, some of the network’s most prominent names have started to speak louder and more favorably in support of a cherished liberal cause — winning grudging praise from the left and outrage from the right.
“There has been a softening [at Fox] if you look at the big picture,” said Michael Cole-Schwartz, communications director for the Human Rights Campaign. “It’s just representative of where the country is going on this issue. The more rabid anti-gay voices continue to be marginalized and there’s just not a lot of appetite for anti-gay sentiment.”

The Gay Rights Revolution Arrives At Fox News

Whether Fox’s on-air talent is going rogue or the mandate is coming from on high, some of the network’s most prominent names have started to speak louder and more favorably in support of a cherished liberal cause — winning grudging praise from the left and outrage from the right.

“There has been a softening [at Fox] if you look at the big picture,” said Michael Cole-Schwartz, communications director for the Human Rights Campaign. “It’s just representative of where the country is going on this issue. The more rabid anti-gay voices continue to be marginalized and there’s just not a lot of appetite for anti-gay sentiment.”

Regarding this douchebaggery…
“Knowing that marriage equality was likely to pass, I thought it  important to force the issue of religious protections. Over the past few  weeks, I’ve had the distinct opportunity of listening to literally  thousands of residents, on both sides of this issue, by holding an  undecided stance. I thought it was important to listen to all of my  constituents and hold an undecided position until the actual bill  language was written and everyones voice had been heard. Now that the  final text is public, I am proud that I have secured some strong  protections for religious institutions and basic protections for  religious organizations. The bill still lacks many of the basic  religious protections I thought were vital, and for this reason, and as I  did in the Assembly, I will be voting no.” (Senator Greg Ball)

Regarding this douchebaggery…

“Knowing that marriage equality was likely to pass, I thought it important to force the issue of religious protections. Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the distinct opportunity of listening to literally thousands of residents, on both sides of this issue, by holding an undecided stance. I thought it was important to listen to all of my constituents and hold an undecided position until the actual bill language was written and everyones voice had been heard. Now that the final text is public, I am proud that I have secured some strong protections for religious institutions and basic protections for religious organizations. The bill still lacks many of the basic religious protections I thought were vital, and for this reason, and as I did in the Assembly, I will be voting no.(Senator Greg Ball)