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DNA: Marriage Preserved in New York!

December 3, 2009

Congratulations to the NY DNAers!

The ripples from marriage fights in California and Maine are extending now into New York! With the two pro-marriage conservative governors that were elected in blue states and the write-in pro-marriage candidate Doug Hoffman’s amazing upset in NY-23’s Senate race, the people are making their voices heard. They do not support gay marriage, and they do not support the politicians who push it!

Thank you for your prayers, dollars, comments and many varied efforts in protecting marriage in whatever state you stand. This fight has quickly become national in nature. Each win rolls into the next, and continues to make waves long after it’s over. The next state to watch is New Jersey where the legislature has been making noises about ramming through their gay marriage legislation over the Christmas holiday.

The fight continues!

If you’d like to take a more active roll in the DNA, we’re looking for a few additional writers and volunteers. Drop me an email if you’re interested.

Keep up the good work! Together we make the difference.

— DNA Team Captain

More:

DNA podcasts every Thursday on “Voice of the Nation”

N.Y. Senate debates religion, defeats ‘gay marriage’ bill

Gay marriage bill suffers a decisive defeat in N.Y. State Senate

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Daniel permalink
    January 14, 2010 9:14 am

    I’m curious as to what drives you to be so against marriage-equality. I’m not one of those people who is looking to name call, harass, or insult. I simply don’t understand and would like to know your take on how two same-sex couples getting equal treatment by their government affects you. Please write back when you have the time. Thanks.

    • mlabot permalink*
      January 15, 2010 9:45 pm

      You and I have a very different idea of what it means to be equal. See, I believe you and I and everyone else are equal. We have the same laws, that apply equally to all of us. I can not marry a woman just as you cannot marry a man. Sexuality, orientation, etc. has nothing to do with anything. So, perhaps you can explain to me why you are so interested in redefining marriage? and why you see no problem with disassociating marriage from children and family?

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