Promoting marriage at home, at work and in the public square.
Prop 8 = Free Speech????Huh?Does that mean that it's free speech that allows prop 8 supporters to question California law through our voting system? I'd agree with that. But I can't think of any other explanation that makes sense.P.S. It appears that in Woodbridge (a village of Irvine), the yes and no on 8 people have pretty much run out of signs. I've seen hundreds of both come and go, usually lasting less than 24 hours in any location. The Irvine Congregational Church has stocked a huge supply of No on 8 signs and they replace theirs every time one is taken.
Jeremy, Many people support Prop8 because they have seen the free speech rights of religious people erode when same sex marriage is the law of the land. See my article http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/15099/ for my explanation of why this is so common.
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