She's asking to be seen as someone who isn't motivated by hate. That's the pertinent bit. Not everyone who is against marriage equality is motivated by hate. And treating them like they are doesn't help. They might be squigged by gay people, they might be sheeple whose pastor said it was wrong, they might think civil unions are good enough or be concerned that churches will be forced to perform marriages that violate their precepts. They may have some reason none of us has ever heard before. But there is a difference between them and the Worleys of the world, and attacking them like there isn't is no more fair than their desire to limit marriage.
I'm sure she'd have a fit if another religion tried this shit. It's actually another good point to use in discussions with those who are in the anti camp, or on the fence.
At no point have I said she's a good or nice person. I've said treating her like she's the kind of hate spewing machine Worley is is a good way to further convince here she's right, and make her righteous in her own mind. I get why the article was written against her, truly I do. It's just not going to have the desired effect, and largely is more apt to be counterproductive. My problem is with the counterproductivity, not the frustration at Scott.