...We are disappointed but not surprised with the apparent passage of a referendum in Ireland providing for the redefinition of marriage in that country. This is a reflection on the increasingly secularized nature of Ireland, together with the utter abandonment of principle by every political party in the nation, all of whom endorsed the referendum. This, combined with intense harassment of any group or individual who spoke out in opposition to the referendum, made it difficult for opponents. Despite this, millions of Irish citizens stood to vote to uphold the truth of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
- Lie one: Marriage was redefined. Nonsense; it is not defined in the Irish constitution and the amendment approved in the referendum doesn't define marriage either.
- Lie two: Any group or individual who spoke against the amendment was "intensely" harassed. A transparent whopper which can't be possibly be defended.
- Lie three: Millions of Irish citizens voted to "uphold" marriage as the union of one man and one woman. In fact, fewer than 750,000 voted against marriage equality.