Brown elaborates on NOM’s blog:
The story to which Karger is referring is indeed a testament to how religious liberty works – and Fred’s being miffed about it is an ominous indication of what would happen to religious congregations such as this one, which have the right to hire and fire their own clergy personnel, if Karger and other same-sex ‘marriage’ activists had their way. No doubt he would rather see the government step in and deny this congregation its first amendment rights with respect to religion, and force them to keep employing a pastor who is at odds with the congregation’s beliefs. But that kind of anti-religious tyranny, which is a part of the ideal same-sex marriage regime, is precisely what we here at NOM are working against – so this story (or rather, the backlash to it) serves as a useful cautionary tale. Thanks for the news tip, Fred!
Brown opened his response by calling Karger a “NOM obsessive, serial, frivolous case-filer.”