Hey, remember that zany American Family Association poll about gay marriage? After getting results overwhelmingly in favor of same-sex marriage, the AFA has decided not to send the results of the poll to Congress, after all.
Of course, no such poll can be said to represent an accurate picture of popular opinion. But, clearly, the AFA had hoped Congress would take the numbers it planned to produce as exactly that kind of evidence.
Now, Smith says, his organization has had to abandon its goal of taking the poll to Capitol Hill.
“We made the decision early on not to do that,” Smith admitted, “because of how, as I say, the homosexual activists around the country have done their number on it.”