Obscurity Knocks

Earnest, empathetic, industrious, unpretentious, gay Virgo in Milwaukee with a great life, amazing friends, and a wonderful family.

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Voters in Maine make wrong decision

Very frustrated with the voters in Maine. Contrary to the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, our government sat back and let yet another group of Americans vote on whether or not gay people deserve equal rights. We don't, say the people of Maine. I wonder how many rights other minorities would have if their "peers" were allowed to pick and choose. Let's face it, if civil rights were granted based on referenda such as this, there's no way that African Americans would have civil rights in the South.

How would any other group feel about their rights, guaranteed by the Fourteenth Amendment of U.S. Constitution, being put on the ballot for others to decide? It makes me sick.

The fight continues.


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