Sunday, May 22, 2011

Minnesotans Will Have Right to Defend Marriage

The Minnesota legislature has decided to allow the citizens of the state to have their say on whether or not the reality of marriage--a union of one man and one woman--shall be enshrined in the state's constitution. A remarkable number of legislators, almost all Democrats, voted to deny the people of the state their right to even vote on the issue.

Given a recent poll which claim the majority of Americans support counterfeit "marriage," one would think counterfeit marriage activists would welcome having the issue on the ballot. But apparently not!

But as we have noted before, when the defense of marriage is on the ballot, support turns out to be stronger than pre-election polls indicate. That's because of the foolish attempt by counterfeit marriage activists to portray those who defend marriage as bigots, and to punish those who publicly support natural marriage. See here, here, here, and here. Those methods don't work in the privacy of the voting booth.

1 comment:

Ray from MN said...

"A remarkable number of legislators, almost all Democrats, voted to deny the people of the state their right to even vote on the issue."

Democrats most places these days no longer believe in "power to the people" unless it is some ultra-left issue that convention platform system.