Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Just hours ago, the Senate rejected the Marriage Protection Amendment by a vote of 49-48--falling 11 votes short of the required 60 needed to send the matter for an up-or-down tally.

Despite the loss, Senate Majority Leader Bill Fristremained hopeful, and vowed to keep trying.
Senator David Vitter (R-LA) was also hopeful saying,"We are building votes. That's often what is required over several years to get there."
We must not stop shouting!! This will take time, don't give up. Keep the pressure on your legislatures about this issue.
Massachusetts will make history come July 12th at the Constitutional Convention when our marriage amendment comes up for a vote.
Let's leave it up to Massachusetts to set a precedent for the rest of the country.
LET'S MAKE HISTORY TO LET THE PEOPLE VOTE!!

3 Comments:

Blogger Tyler Dawbin said...

Alabama: 81% voted to PROTECT MARRIAGE!

Let.

The.

PEOPLE!

Vote!

8:07 PM, June 07, 2006  
Blogger jennifer said...

Yes, and Louisiana voted 78%...but to no avail because it only took ONE activist judge to overturn the will of the voting masses.

Please, please keep fighting for this issue. I am doing my small part here, but you are on the front lines in MA.

8:53 PM, June 07, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

MORE LIKE YOU "WILL" BE HISTORY!

BAHAHAHAHHA

JULY 12, 2006...GAY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

GET OVER IT...GET USED TO IT!

8:05 AM, June 20, 2006  

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