Posts Tagged marriage amendment

Think of a world

I found the following list to be a powerful sum up of why we should protect marriage by voting yes to prop 8

Think of a world where Human Rights Commissions – unelected bureaucrats with unfettered authority – are judge, jury, and executioner of anything they feel is antagonistic speech toward same-sex marriage and its practitioners.

Think of a world where the judicial system relegates long-held religious beliefs to second-class importance behind anti-bias laws and a newly discovered protected class of people.

Think of a world where the public school system is required to teach values and beliefs to your children that may conflict with your own.

Think of the very real threat to your parental rights, your free speech, your freedom of religion.

And think of all the unintended consequences that we cannot even foresee at this time. Where will it end?

It’s your children, your grandchildren, your money, and your freedoms.

Lets work together to protect them.

www.yesformarriage.com

Tell next time.

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The case of the uninformed voter.

I consider myself politically active in one way, and up until this moment, only one. I vote!!! I figure you only have the right to complain about our elective officials and the laws they pass if you vote. If you don’t vote, you don’t have anything backing up your complaints. I was raised in a home where my father was a republican and my mother was a democrat. Starting when I turned 18, I attended the republican caucus with my dad, and then attended the democratic caucus with my mom. This continued for a few years until I found what I personally believed. Even with attending caucuses and voting in every election I can recall since turning 18, I have been guilty of being an uninformed voter. I have voted because of a sign I have seen more frequently, but not really knowing both sides of the issue. And, unfortunately, I am sure I am not alone. I fear that Proposition 8 will NOT pass in California because people will be uninformed as they vote. The more I learn about Proposition 8 the more I am convinced that we should VOTE YES on Prop 8. The reason I am writing this blog is to help inform voters about what passing Proposition 8 will do and what it will NOT do.

And so I begin….

I moved to California in September. I was aware before I arrived that there was measure to define marriage between a husband and wife on the November ballot. Without knowing any other information I figured I would vote yes. I was shocked that the only politics I heard discussed was around prop 8 and that almost all the political signs were also around prop 8. After many discussion, I concluded that I needed to become more informed and that others also needed to become informed about the ramifications of Proposition 8. So I hope over the next few weeks to help educate the general public about proposition 8, and I hope more of us will walk into the voting booth as informed voters on this important subject.

Here is a good video that is rather informative.  I hope it helps you learn a bit.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI-GjWY-WlA

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