Friday, November 12, 2010

Emboldened by Elections, Christian Right Lashing Out at Gay Community in Biblical Proportions | God Discussion

Forget about the economy.  Now that the mid-term elections are over, the religious right and the conservative majorities are eying up what's easiest to "fix" … tapping into religious sentiment to make sure that gays and lesbians are not treated equally under the law.

Reversing Gay Marriage Rights.

A group called "Cornerstone Action" thinks that it has a good chance of overturning marriage equality in New Hampshire.  The group's executive director, Kevin Smith, told the American Family Association's news service,
"I think there's no doubt we'll get majority votes in both chambers to pass it," Smith suggests. "We expect the governor will veto any repeal of same-sex marriage. But then it comes down to getting enough of the majority to override it, and I think there is a pretty good chance that we'll be able to override his veto."
They may not pull off, but there are rumblings in Iowa about banning same sex marriage, now that three Supreme Court justices were not retained.  From Iowa Family Policy Center READ MORE AT :Emboldened by Elections, Christian Right Lashing Out at Gay Community in Biblical Proportions | God Discussion
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