Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Anti-gay marriage initiatives galore  

Anti-gay marriage activists are having a field day. Initiatives are being put on ballots in Arizona, California, and Florida to define marriage as between one man and one woman.

In Arizona, a gay marriage referendum was approved by the minimum amount of 16 senators to be put on the ballot for November... and anti-gay marriage advocates are not happy. In California, the California Marriage Protection Act will be on the ballot to overturn the court's decision to abolish the gay marriage ban. In Florida, the Marriage Protection Amendment will be on the ballot.


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4 comments: to “ Anti-gay marriage initiatives galore

  • July 9, 2008 at 12:46 AM  

    What in the world?!? The marriage protection act?!?! They're freakin' right, marriage does need to be protected, but it's NOT from homosexuals. In the United States heterosexuals get divorced at an extremely high rate. This is so typical.
    Let people be. If you don't believe in gay marriage, don't get one.

  • July 9, 2008 at 1:46 AM  

    I wonder, if homosexuals were allowed to be married in every state, how much lower of a divorce rate would they have then heterosexuals, which is somewhere around 65%, I believe? They would actually value marriage, since they had to fight for the right to have it. With all the awful things happening in the United States and around the world, why people would waste their time, energy, and money trying to prevent a little more love and happiness is beyond me.

  • July 9, 2008 at 2:36 AM  

    Our world is filled with war, poverty, suffering, abuse, torture, natural disasters, and economic crises... but only if we can keep homosexuals from marrying and women from controlling their own bodies, will everything be better!!!


  • July 10, 2008 at 8:17 AM  

    My partner and I have hopes to fly to California sometime early next year to be married. We're waiting to see the outcome of California's November balloting.

    I know a lot of states are hoping that California will overturn their court ruling because unlike Massachusetts, California has no residency laws in order to be married there, which means that if we marry in California, it has to be recognized here in Oklahoma.