For the record

I’m curious. I know many supporters of Prop 8 have experienced nasty backlash from opponents. So I’m going to post up some polls to see what the numbers are.

Notice that the first two questions are aimed at Prop 8 supporters; the last two are aimed at Prop 8 opponents. Just to be fair, I thought we’d survey both sides of the board.

Published in: on October 21, 2008 at 12:35 pm  Comments (4)  
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  1. Very cool poll! Thanks =)

  2. Great poll! Here is another way to have our voices heard! Please join with Californians everywhere in protest of No on 8 tactics by joining a donation blitz to the Yes on 8 campaign. If only half of the 600,000 people who already donated money gave an additional $10, we would raise $3 million.. Imagine what would happen if they donated $20 each. Or $100? To donate, go to and follow the link Donate Now.

  3. I continue to appreciate your insightful comments! As a father and elementary school teacher, one of my biggest concerns is the unintended consequences of supporting same-sex marriage, meaning voting against Prop 8. At first, it sounds harmless. Why shouldn’t we allow any two individuals who love each other to marry? But, it’s larger than that. In redefining marriage to be between any two people who love each other, we are rewriting school curriculum. Many of my colleagues will argue that Prop 8 will have no consequences for schools, and they are partially correct. I don’t see any major curricular changes happening in the next year or two. But, eventually, it will. This is a Pandora’s Box I’m not willing to open. See the rest of my thoughts at

  4. Ok Bethany and company, I just have to show you the coolest graphic. I put it into the post about something worth fighting for. It’s a little funny, but the symbolism is really there for me.

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