The harassment, intimidation, tantrum-throwing, nastiness, name-calling, and all around horrible behavior from same-sex marriage proponents and gay rights activists, continues. Stay out of the water ladies and gentlemen. Keep away from the sharks!!!! Protect yourself, your marriages and your families. Get informed, do your research and be prepared to fight for morality and for our society! Thanks for your YES vote on prop 8, but the opposition is still circling and we need to say involved. We can’t let them intimidate us, or indoctrinate us, even though they are trying very hard to do so.
Here is a link to the blog “I Support Marriage.com”, which chronicles the Aggressive & Intolerant Gay Campaign Over Prop 8 Loss, in this post
It’s really sad that the gay rights activists don’t practice the free-speech, tolerance, acceptance and civil rights for all, that they purport to preach. My husband and I just got back from a Sonoma, CA Inn and Spa getaway weekend. It was so relaxing and nice to enjoy the peace and quiet of the spa, get a massage, and see the gorgeous countryside of Sonoma. It seems like the gay rights activists just need a chill-out weekend. They need to relax, get a massage and take a step back from all of the hatred. It seems like the bandwagon-ers just feed off of each other. On Dr. 90210 last night, one of the doctors was telling his patient that anxiety is contagious. The Mother and daughter were getting treatments at the same time and were making each other nervous. It seems like the hatred and bitterness from same-sex marriage proponents kind of works the same way. There are more and more people jumping on the band wagon, wanting a piece of the action and feeding off of the frenzied hatred disguised as “civil rights” mantra of the opposition. I think they need to reflect a little more on the effect their actions and promotion of the gay lifestyle has/will have on society. I am of the opinion that most of them simply don’t care how their actions affect society. A lot could be solved with a little more perspective on their part and a massage or two.
If you want to still participate in the fight to protect traditional marriage, or if you want to get involved for the first time, here are some tips for doing so. These were written before the election, but some of the great ideas are still great to do now. We have to make sure that positive information is still out there when people go searching for it. People get a great deal of their news and info from the internet; we have to help make it available. Three times last week, after I posted info here on my blog, a day or even two later it showed up on Fox News, Bill O’Reilly or some other show. The internet is faster then even the news media, so we need to keep working!!!!