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I found a link to this blog on one of my commenter’s websites (thanks for the post!). This is one of the best, most well-organized posts on this issue with an extensive number of links to back up every single statement. Check it out! Proposition 8 in California.

Another commenter posted her blog. Read her analogy comparing the marriage issue to apples and bananas:

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.

Thanks for articulating that point. I’m not even going to try to say it better than that. For more information on how calling a banana an apple doesn’t make it an apple, read Experiment Here.

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One Response

  1. 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……

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