I have a few questions.
- If proposition 8 passes does that mean that my marriage immediately becomes null and void?
- Do the voters have the power to force me to divorce?
- If proposition 8 passes does that mean that my family is less important than "traditional" ones?
- If proposition 8 passes does that mean that that I am viewed as an inferior citizen?
- If proposition 8 passes does that mean that my marriage has damaged any other marriage?
- If proposition 8 passes does that mean that people all around the state will push the envelope and demand the right to marry their pet or their car or their grandma?
- If proposition 8 does NOT pass does that mean that public school curriculum will change in order to include the forced acceptance of same gender couples?
- Do public schools currently teach that marriage is between a man and a woman?
- Does the subject of marriage need to be included in state frameworks at all?
- Hasn't the heterosexual world done enough already to destroy the sanctity of marriage all on its own?
- Do my children not deserve to have two parents who are married to each other and treated the same as other kids' parents?
- Don't people have enough to worry about already in their own lives without trying to tell law-abiding, tax-paying, society-contributing citizens who they can and cannot marry?
And my last two questions are:
- Should gay people be required to sit at the back of the bus and drink from different drinking fountains than everyone else, too?
- Should gay people be kidnapped from their families and bought and sold as property in order to help heterosexuals with their businesses, farms, and homes?