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07/30/2012

Protect Marriage Maine Chair: November referendum is all about Jesus

by Jeremy Hooper

201207301134 And now here's Bob Emrich, Chair of Protect Marriage Maine, on what he hopes to accomplish at the polls this November:

"It is my heartfelt desire to help Maine see that the Church of Jesus Christ is still the “pillar and support of the truth.” We want the Church to be seen as a display of God’s grace, wisdom and glory."
[SOURCE: CCL of Maine]

You've been put on notice, people of all other faiths (or no religious connection at all): The campaign to stop marriage equality for same-sex couples goes well beyond just gays and marriage. The other "side" is quite literally trying to inscribe their personally-held Christian beliefs into law. There is no logical reason to believe the agenda will stop at people like me, our families, or our ring fingers.

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