A Misleading ‘Survey’ from a Liberal Demagogue

Ann McLane Kuster, as her online bio says, “was elected to the United States Congress to represent New Hampshire’s 2nd District in November 2012, and was sworn into office on January 3, 2013.”

Probably because I wrote her office at some time or another, I get her emails. She is rabidly pro-baby-killing. She is also on record as a supporter of the Gomorrean abomination of “same-sex marriage” — which fact makes her latest email disingenuous as well as shrewdly manipulative.

In the email, she “reached out” to me in order to “dialogue” so that she could “hear from” me “about [my] priorities and [my] thoughts about the issues of the day.” By participating, I keep Anne “in the loop” so she can “go to bat” for me in Washington.

So many platitudes in such a short email.

But Ann makes the dialogue so easy. All I have to do is click on one of three options of her bogus survey, which asks but one question: “Do you support marriage equality?” — by which I take her to mean do I approve of the farcical drawing of an equal sign between (1) the conjugal union of one man and one woman (commonly known as “marriage”) and (2) the union of two (or more?) sodomites or lesbians.

(Academic question: How would Ann Kuster answer a similar “survey” that asked “Do you support unnatural depravity parading itself as true marriage?”)

Members of her congressional district may answer the loaded question with a “Yes,” a “No,” or an “I’m not sure.” Naturally, I voted “No,” because I know what “marriage equality” means from the pen of Ann Kuster.

That’s “dialogue,” ladies and gentlemen.

Here is her full email:

SURVEY: Marriage Equality

Dear Friend,

Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States started hearing opening arguments on marriage equality cases in Tennessee, Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky. As the Justices consider this landmark case, I wanted to reach out to you to get your thoughts on marriage equality.

As your Representative in Congress, one of the most important parts of my job is hearing from you about your priorities and your thoughts about the issues of the day. This open dialogue keeps me in the loop on which issues are most relevant to families and communities in New Hampshire, so that I can go to bat for you in Washington.

Do you support marriage equality?

I’m not sure

*By completing this survey, you are subscribing to my e-newsletter.

Thanks again for your participation and for all you do to make New Hampshire such a vibrant and unique place to live.


Ann McLane Kuster
Member of Congress