From the National Organization for Marriage's website:

"Washington legislators may think it's politically fashionable to follow Hollywood over the cliff, but they will soon learn there are consequences to their actions," [Brian Brown, the president of the National Organization for Marriage] said. "Maine voters vetoed their gay marriage law and then a year later threw the legislators out of office. In Iowa, voters kicked three judges off their state Supreme court for deciding to impose same-sex marriage. And in New Hampshire, voters also ended the careers of legislators who voted for gay marriage. The same thing will happen in Washington state."

The National Organization will work with allies in Washington to qualify a referendum to overturn the law, just as it did in Maine and California.

This isn't a surprise—in September I wrote about NOM's impending bigot shit storm—but now it's here. Grab your umbrellas, it's gonna be raining bigot shit!