Friday, November 30, 2012

No Procreation, No Marriage.

Federal Court in Nevada Rules Against Marriage Equality

Judge Robert Jones on decision against Nevada marriage equality case (Sevcik v Sandoval): "Gay couples have no Constitutional right to marry." Further, going on to say; "straight couples may be disinclined to marry if same-sex couples were allowed to enter into the same institution which would result in additional societal problems."

Justice Jones, a devout Mormon (appointee of George W. Bush (R) ) who's decided that "justice" would best be served for Nevada's straight citizens by disregarding the Forth Amendment & believing that children born out of wedlock would rise due to straight couples not wanting anything to do with the now "no longer sacred" institution of marriage...

It's judges & politicians with this kind of ideology & hatred of a minority group that have continue to divide this great nation.

"All Men Are Created Equal"
"Liberty & Justice For All"
"Life, Liberty & the Pursuit Of Happiness"

Justice, not served...

Standing up (OK, sitting down) for our rights!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012


Moving Forward!

Election Day 2012 - A day that will go down in American history as numerous wins secured continued support for equality!
  • Tammy Baldwin (D) becomes first out gay/lesbian elected to the U.S. Senate.
  • Maine voters stand for fairness by passing marriage equality.
  • Maryland voters stand for fairness by passing marriage equality.
  • Washington voters stand for fairness by passing marriage equality.
  • Minnesota voters reject writing discrimination/hate into state's constitution.
  • Openly gay New York Congressional candidate Sean Maloney (D) beats incumbent Nan Hayworth (R) for the 18th district.
  • Mark Takano (D) becomes the first openly gay Asian elected to Congress.
  • David Wiggins, judge who sided with Iowa marriage equality wins reelection.
  • Openly gay Colorado congressman Jared Polis (D) wins reelection.
  • Openly gay Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline wins reelection.
  • Openly gay Wisconsin Congressional candidate Mark Pocan (D) wins election.
  • Openly gay Pennsylvania Congressional candidate Brian Sims (D) wins election.
  • Openly gay & black Georgia House Representative Simone Bell (D) wins reelection.
  • First openly gay North Dakota Congressional candidate Josh Boschee (D) wins election.
  • Openly gay Ohio Congressional candidate Tim Brown (R) wins election.
  • First openly gay West Virginia Congressional candidate Stephen Skinner (D) wins election.
  • Youngest openly gay Maine Congressional candidate Justin Chenette (D) wins election.
Thanks to the hard work & tireless dedication of those who fought for fairness & equality in making a difference we can all live with!

P.S. Thank goodness it's all over!!

Standing up (OK, sitting down) for our rights!