Tuesday may be Everyday of Prop 8 Fails

Today, many students across California stayed home to protest the California Teachers’ Union donating $1.25 Million Dollars to No on 8.

If Prop 8 fails, we will undoubtedly see the consequences.

Does the picture get clearer now? Millions of people are coming together to pass Prop 8. Send the message, we’re voting Yes on 8!

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5 responses to “Tuesday may be Everyday of Prop 8 Fails

  1. We stayed home in protest of CTA!

    Yes on 8!

  2. Thank you for your great post! If you know to stop at a red light, you’d agree it’s unreasonable to say to your child would you like an apple or an apple when you’re holding up 1 apple and 1 banana!!

    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.

    Vote not with emotion but with reason; get the facts: http://www.ifprop8fails.org, http://www.protectmarriage.com, and http://www.preservingmarriage.org. Let’s you , me, and our same-sex friends unite to vote Yes! on Prop. 8.
    http://abbyearth.wordpress.com

  3. While I did send my son to school yesterday, I understand the message that people were trying to get across. It is not okay for the CTA to take sides on a moral issue, especially without asking the members of their association first.

    Remember to maintain the high road on this issue and try to remain unemotional. The fact of the matter is that there is no “fundamental right” to get married, there is no “civil right” to get married, many of people in the gay/lesbian community don’t even want to get married, and most importantly, same sex couples have all of the same legal rights that married people do. So by prop 8 passing, nothing changes for same sex couples. But everything changes if prop 8 does not pass.

    Keep up the good work.

    VOTE YES ON PROP 8!!!!

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  4. Just wanted to get your opinion on an idea that may or may not be a good approach. I have heard about people searching for proposition 8 in google and then clicking on the “yes on prop 8″ or “no on prop8″ paid ad links multiple times that appear at the top of the search results in google. Each time someone clicks on these links it is costing that campaign money. I guess clicking on the “no on prop 8″ ad is costing Hollywood stars like Ellen money they donated to the no on 8 campaign. I imagine if you were to break out the donations made to each campaign that the yes on 8 campaign’s donations have been made by at least twice as many people as the amount of people contributing to the “no on 8 campaign”. The majority of donations made to the “no on 8″ campaign have been made by Hollywood stars like Brad Pitt, Ellen Degeneres, and Steven Spielberg. Don’t forget the CTA, is it a bad idea for people who feel betrayed by the $1.2 million donation made by the CTA to fight back by clicking on the “no on prop 8″ paid search link multiple times each day? What do you think……

  5. Children’s right should come before an adult’s sexual preference. I’ve been looking into why France rejected same sex marriage. It’s pretty interesting. They’re basically saying that in the research they did which included four major countries where same sex marriage is legal, they found that the kids suffered. Our children are our future. It seems like we ought to take this step a little more carefully if we’re going to go messing around with the future generations. The genders are unique and beautiful. Denying a child one gender or another by design is wrong.

    I found this recently: Even advocates of same sex parenting admit it amounts to an experiment with the lives of children. Dr. Meilee Clunis and Dr. Dorsey Green write on page 243 of “The Lesbian Parenting Book’ that “It will be interesting to see over time whether lesbian sons have an easier or harder time developing their gender identity than do boys with live-in fathers”

    The reason we have a Mother’s Day and a Father’s Day every year is to recognize the fact that good parenting requires sacrifices, and not just financial sacrifices. We hold in deep respect parents who put the needs of their children above their own freedom, goals, and desires.

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