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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Fanz23 - Maybe the GOP Should Protest The Election Results

Across the almost broke State of California. State, County and City officials are joining the protests of gay advocates who want to keep the state constitution as read, and unclear in regard to the definition of marriage. Today in the L.A. Times, officials from L.A. County Board of Supervisors and the City of Los Angeles expressed support for overturning the will of the people who voted to change the state constitution to define marriage as between a man and woman. Strangely, I don't recall anyone from the City of L.A. or the County of L.A. ready to overturn the same people's vote when it came time for them to be in the position their in.

So having said all that, maybe GOP supporters should take up protest signs and protest all across the country, especially in Pennsylvania, to protest the Presidential election. Maybe they could site to the Washington Post now admitting that their paper was overly bias against John McCain and who can forget what the Los Angeles Times did leading up to the elections, by withholding a tape showing Barack Obama toasting and laughing his azz off as someone ridicules Israel and jews..

I mean those are two right there. Now I know this sound ridiculas, but look at what's happening for real. Gay folk who are equating their whatever choice or plight to Black American Civil rights struggle, are not showing tolerance in accepting the will of the people. Strangely, had it gone the other way, how many of us would be out there protesting and bitchin' about election or two looneys?

And by the way, the papers are calling it a narrow win for yes on prop 8, last checked it was 52% to 47%...What was the popular vote for Obama/McCain? 52% - 48%?

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