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  As we make our election decisions, we each
have different values, priorities, and life
experiences in which we filter our decisions
through. I think the utmost issue in the upcoming
election is the US Supreme Court:
1963: US Supreme Court rules School Prayer
    ILLEGAL. [Murray v. Curlett]
1973: US Supreme Court rules Abortion
    LEGAL. [Roe v. Wade]
2003: Massachusetts Supreme Court rules
    same-sex couples LEGAL right to marry.
    [Goodridge v. Department of Health]

 The next U.S. President will most likely appoint
2 if not 3 Supreme Court Justices. They each will
impact many future generations to come--long
after the president has left office.
Clicking on the images will
take you the prospective
resource link. RIGHT:
Presidential guide by FRC
Action. For Senate voting
records: Biden (DE), McCain
(AZ), Obama (IL),
click here
(see p.7-10).
HTML Version
PDF Version
           VOTE YES on Proposition 8!!    

Proposition 8 does NOT:
  • Take away a person's right to have a same-
    sex relationship.
  • Deny a same-sex couple the same benefits
    afforded to a married heterosexual couple.
    Current California law gives domestic partners
    the same rights as married couples.

So then, what's the big deal?
 The big deal is about the
DEFINITION of
marriage. Prop 8 keeps the traditional definition
of marriage as between a man and a woman. In
May of 2008, 4 activist judges reversed the will of
61% of California's voters who passed Prop 22 in
2000 which defined marriage traditionally. Prop 8
reverses the California Supreme Court's decision
to legalize same-sex marriage.

If you are in SUPPORT of Proposition 8, please:  
1. Vote "YES" on election day.
2. Share Prop. 8 info with as many as you can.
3. Get involved--YOU are needed!

The election is right around the corner--get
excited, get equipped, and get involved ASAP!  
BOTTOM TWO: Presidential & State guides by
American Family Association. Very bottom link
also has each state's voter registration info.
Yes on 8
www.
protectmarriage.com.
Get equipped. Info,
Resources, Downloads,
and more.
Yes on 8 Video.
28 minute video. It gets
stuck at times, but I hope
you have success. This is a
good overview.