Monday, November 2, 2009

Maine Equality

Do all Maine children deserve equal protection, or not? Vote No on one.

It's not about the children. It never was. They are LYING and they even admit they are LYING.
In an interview tonight on Maine Public Broadcasting Network, Mutty not only admitted that, contrary to what his campaign has been alleging, there won't be a mandate to teach same-sex marriage in schools, he went further. Mutty admitted that his side has misled the people of Maine:"We've never said that schools will be mandated- or, actually, perhaps we did in one ad, or certainly led people to believe that, inadvertently," says Yes on 1's Chairman Marc Mutty.
The election is close and it's all up to GOTV. Can you help? If you are anywhere in New England, can you get to Maine? If you are anywhere else, can you donate for the last ad buy, or make calls? Please speak up, and speak out.

1 comment:

IT said...

From Rex Wockner:

The bottom-bottom line, of course, is that this really is not about marriage. If they thought they could get away with it, the folks who funded this "people's veto" campaign in Maine would take much more away from gays than just marriage. In Washington state on Tuesday, they'll try to take away domestic-partnership rights. In California, they're all freaked out that the Governator signed the Harvey Milk Day bill into law. It's not just that they don't want us to get married. If they could completely invisiblize us and take away all our rights, some of them would do it.