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07/18/2008

CA Poll: Equality holds unequal majority

by Jeremy Hooper

A newly released Field Poll indicates that 51% of likely California voters oppose the flawed, cruel, un-American, someday-to-be-recognized-as-a-great-historical-misstep known as Proposition 8, while 42% are in favor of it:

Field Poll: Ban on gay marriage getting more opposition than support [Press-Enterprise]

So let's see here -- the current polls show the divide looking like this:

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Well good. That means it's looking more and more like we're headling to where we as a society truly need to be:

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Your thoughts

hehehe, that's cute. :-)

Posted by: zortnac | Jul 18, 2008 12:45:15 PM

Beating Proposition 8 is so important that it goes beyond civil marriage equality if we beat this our opposition will no longer be able to use ‘let the people decide’ in the loaded matter that they currently use it in.

Posted by: Alonzo | Jul 18, 2008 1:23:04 PM

Right on! Have a great weekend. Keep cool!

Posted by: johnozed | Jul 18, 2008 3:28:32 PM

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