So, you might be wondering which presidential candidate supports marriage between a man and a woman? That might make your decision on who to vote for easier right? I wish their words counted in California.......
Yes on Proposition 8
That should make your decision for which party to vote for - clear as mud (as my dad would say)! I'm glad that both candidates support marriage between a man and a woman!
Take religion aside, why else should we support proposition 8?
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I'm trying not to make this post long. However, there is so much to say and so little time! A blogger named Troy has researched and factually layed out the facts for proposition 8 in a very analytical way (click on highlighted words to get to his post). Some people need analytics to really get to the meat of the subject matter and see the bigger picture. This is the best compiled post I have seen ANYWHERE on the issues of proposition 8 and I challenge you to snuggle up in your chair with some popcorn and read it. Make sure to read the comments too as they may enlighten you also.
There are less than 2 weeks to go on this campaign. If you have not already done so, please make a donation to the Protect Marriage website with CTA as the referral code to let them know that you do not support the California Teachers Association's donation opposing proposition 8.
Right now we are ahead in the polls but the opposing campaign has raised more money than us in recent weeks and will be using that money for more ads and if we don't get support from ALL OVER, our voice may be drowned out by the lies and half-truths (which are still lies by the way). This is the most crucial time in the campaign as it is getting really close to election day. Please support in any way that you can!
Read a good story about an apple and banana that helps us understand that "...for a changing society, we need NEW TERMS to describe the types of relationships people have the free choice to form – not new laws that will put us all in speech & religious bondage. If the opponents to Prop. 8 were really interested in defining their relationships, they would be lobbying for their own definition, their own term of their relationship rather than trying to force it from something else."
Yes on 8!