California Gay Marriage Prop

Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by mmayes, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. mmayes

    mmayes Diver Forum Mod Moderator

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    How did that go? I hope they voted to make it illegal. We have had enough errosion of our values.


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    I hope the people woke up and said to themselves. "Why are we trying to govern personal choices?" "Why do I care what happens behind the closed doors of two consenting adults?"
     
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    I heard it went undecided. :confused:
     
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    Don't you know? It insults/degrades their hetero marriage.:rolleyes:

    Hetero adultery and pre-marital sex of course do not.

    Equal rights for all, unless you do something I don't like---America.:z

    (Out before the real feuding starts, I've done it over this too many times. I'm tired.:l)

    OK, just one:

    mmayes, are you cool with anything that you do that I view as an erosion of our 'values' being outlawed?
     
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    You've gotta read what the media eventually writes.

    By "undecided" they mean voted to be banned TWICE by the voters of California.
     
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    Most people feel that way but are tired of it being slammed down their throat.
     
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    Yep, the electorate now knows that if you have a right they don't like, they can vote it away.

    Expect this one to go federal...someone is bound to sue on the grounds their civil rights are being trampled.

    Here comes the next Roe V Wade decision. For the sake of the 2nd amendment, better hope for the right choice.

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    Why?? Because along the same line of thinking comes the public schools teaching it to our kids and integrating it in every day education. If it is meant to be "behind closed doors"...then keep it there!!!

    It has already been shown that the latest California Approved Curriculum has it being taught in 96% of classrooms. If this crap passes, they are going to waste my tax dollars teaching about something that (according to them) is a natural occurance.....being gay.

    Sorry, if it is natural, there is no need to teach it....Stick with Math, Science, English, etc

    Since you obviously aren't from CA.....you should probably keep your uninformed comments to yourself.
     
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    Prop 8 won 52% to 48% :clap with 95% percent counted, the only good thing that came out in this election. :eek:

    But like before they'll take it the liberal courts and sue, the cycle begins again :fp
     

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