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PA Gives out Free Cake on the Hill & Radical Homosexuals Protest Marriage

Washington, DC – Public Advocate of the United States, a Northern Virginia based family group, celebrated Marriage Protection Week today by handing out free wedding cake outside the Dirksen Senate Office Building at the corner of 1st Street and Constitution, NE.

Public Advocate asked cake recipients to encourage their Senators to introduce and support a Defense of Marriage Amendment to the United States Constitution; similar to one that has been introduced by Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave in the House. The amendment would permanently define marriage as a union between one man and one woman.

The cake cutting ceremony took place at noon, with a bride and groom cutting the traditional cake and then handing them out to pedestrians.

A group of radical homosexual activists protested traditional marriage at the event, and even tried to scare away those who enjoyed the free cake. While Public Advocate volunteers cheerily handed out the free refreshments, the radicals angrily chanted their intentions to force their perverted agenda on the American people.

"We had a great time sharing one of America's most joyous deserts with so many people today, while standing up for the sacred institution on traditional marriage," said Jesse R. Binnall, Director of Communications for Public Advocate. "It is too bad that the marriage protestors had to resort to anger and scare tactics, but it showed the true face of the radical homosexual left who want to force their agenda on American states, businesses, churches, and families.

"The truly scary thing is that the marriage protestors now seem to have a majority of the Supreme Court on their team, and they have showed their willingness to legislate their policies from the bench," continued Binnall.

Public Advocate has been fighting for family rights for over twenty-five years as a 501.c.4 non-profit organization. Donations are not tax-deductible. For more information contact Jesse R. Binnall at 703.582.7924 or at [email protected].