that's interesting, i've really only heard religious-based arguments against same sex marriage. would you mind expanding a little on why you are against it? im just curious is all.
Many people here in California don't like judges who legislate from the bench. If you research our court cases at the appellate level and above, the US Supreme court has overturned a lot of their liberal rulings. I honestly feel that if the gays didn't go running to the courts to force their agenda upon us, they would have gained more acceptance over time.
If the measure passes, the homos can only blame themselves. I don't understand why they aren't happy with their civil unions.
"There is no evidence that shows that homosexuality is genetic—and none of the research itself claims there is. Only the press and certain researchers do, when speaking in sound bites to the public." (Jeffrey Satinover, M.D., The Journal of Human Sexuality, 1996, p.8.)
"On December 15, 1973, the American Psychiatric Association, removed homosexuality from its official list of mental disorders."
The CA teachers Unions donated 1 million to defeat the Prop; the members of this union have no choice in how their money is being spent and many will vote yes which is a vote against queers marrying each-other.
the answer was civil unions, that wasn't the agenda. I'm still hoping for Ca. to fall into the Pacific. And I have relatives there.
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