Thursday, October 9, 2008

No on Prop 8, Equal Treatment of All

I've been seeing these commercials for and against this proposition that wants to define marriage between a woman and a man. I won't claim to be open to both sides, because I think the whole thing is total BS. Not only is it complete and total prejudice to treat people unequally, although I expect nothing less from religious nuts. But it doesn't matter one iota what the "majority" of Californians think. If the majority of people thought all people under 5' should dye their hair red would that be okay? I know, stupid example, but I hate this democracy = majority rules crap.

But today this pro-prop 8 editorial I read was just laughable. The idiot wrote the "liberal Supreme Court" should stop making new laws and spend more time interpreting existing laws. Whaa?? Is not Prop 8 a new law, or at least a new proposition, c'mon. Okay, I don't claim to know all the ins and outs of politics, one of those loser voters that goes with my gut and does no research. In fact as a part-time libertarian I actually believe in thinking very very carefully before we add to our constitution.

So lets not add anything new, VOTE NO on PROP 8, and PROP 4 while you're at it.


  1. Hello, I found you from the babybunching blog. I am so with you prop 8, just wish I could vote. To me being against gay marriage is predjudice, pure and simple. It is saying 'my relationship is more valuable than yours". And don't get me started on people who want to 'protect our kids from gay marriage'. Wake up, parents. Some of your children will grow up to be gay adults. lets afford future generations of gay people the right to marry, already.

  2. I'm a Christian, I have a deep faith. And I really get irked that people use their faith to judge others and decide that what they feel is right should be for all. I couldn't be gay, I would never have an abortion, but I'd go to the mat for you or anyone else to have the right to have an abortion or to marry the love of their life.

    I'll be voting with you on that one.

  3. I, personally, don't know why anyone would want to get married. So if it is two guys, two girls, or whatever... why stop 'em?

  4. So totally agree with you! It actually BOGGLES my mind ow everyone doesn't see how incredibly discriminatory banning gay marriage is. Actually I just posted about it and got smashed in my comment section from people supporting the prop. So I thought I'd come to some blogs that oppose prop 8 and show my support! We all need some support!