New poll shows anti-gay marriage amendment battle is tight

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2 thoughts on “New poll shows anti-gay marriage amendment battle is tight

  1. THe man in the photograph is holding a sign that reads, “Defend Marriage.”

    I am one man who has been married to one woman, my first and only wife, for over 28 years. I am the very picture of a “traditional marriage.” My traditional marriage needs no defending against gay people who present no threat to my marriage at all.

    The only thing that truly harms my traditional marriage is when it is used by zealots as an excuse to deprive others of their right to marry. STOP USING MY MARRIAGE TO JUSTIFY YOUR HATRED OF GAY PEOPLE!

  2. This statment seems to be an oxymoron, “That means 71 percent support some form of equal rights for same-sex couples.”.  Think of the original question in terms of school segregation, “37 percent said minorities should be “allowed to attend the same school as white children and 34 percent said “minotiry children should be allowed to go to school but not white ones.” That means 71 percent support some form of equal rights for minority children. Only 27 percent of Minnesotans thought that minority children should have no schooling rights at all.”   It strikes me as odd that we still believe that separate can be equal; “Some form of equal rights” is no form of equal rights.  It’s easy, in the abstract, to say that gays should be allowed to form civil unions.  No one knows what a civil union is.

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