On Friday, a Minnesota attorney named Riley Balling wrote an article entitled 'Why same-sex marriage affects my marriage', in which he declared:
Many times it is stated: "What I choose to do in my marriage doesn't affect your marriage." However, same-sex marriage affects all of our marriages.
The goal is to move society -- in this case, away from a safe environment for children.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe read that piece and was so moved by it that he penned a Dear Mr. Balling smack-down that began:
I read your opinion piece in today’s Star Tribune, and I would like to take a brief moment of time to offer you some assistance in your future writing endeavors. I can only assume that you’ve never been trained in classical logic, debate techniques, or basic empathy, so I will humbly offer my own meager knowledge in these fields as it relates to your literary masterpiece “Why same-sex marriage affects my marriage”.
It gets much better, so make sure to read the whole thing.
Earlier this month Kluwe explained same-sex marriage to Maryland state assembly delegate and minister Emmett C. Burns Jr., who had been offended by Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo's public support of marriage equality.