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05/26/2009

Video: Well this didn't take long

by Jeremy Hooper

From the wonderful Courage Campaign:

"Fidelity": Join the Movement to Repeal Prop 8 [YouTube]

*EARLIER: The Prop 8 Ruling: It's not unexpected, not un-shitty [G-A-Y]

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Courage Campaign is getting all of my future same-sex marriage campaign funding.

Posted by: Dick Mills | May 26, 2009 1:46:24 PM

Whoever you are, wherever you live, today is the day to dedicate yourself to working twice as hard for equality everywhere, to contributing every dollar you can spare to the fight, and to spending every day being an ambassador for equality in the midst of all your straight friends, acquaintances, and coworkers.

We can win. We must win. And we will win.

Bit victory -- full equality -- will not come until homophobia has been banished from decent political discourse. We must win greater numbers of people to our cause, and we must convince politicians that votes for equality are winning votes.

Posted by: K in VA | May 26, 2009 1:52:47 PM

All ducks need to be in a row. No talking about what someone should have done n the past. the future is now and the future is ours (i stayed home today because i was ill). im hopped up on medication lol

Posted by: a. mcewen | May 26, 2009 2:21:17 PM

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