Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Gay "marriage" event fizzles in Rapid City; in CA, Episcopal Church goes to court against the family.

Blogger Dakota Voice showed up for the scheduled Saturday gay marriage rally in Rapid City... it never happened.

Meanwhile, in California, two Episcopal dioceses have joined in an orgy of lawsuits to overturn Proposition 8, by which the voters overturned activist judges who foisted "gay marriage" on the Golden State.

h/t Jackie Bruchi at Stand Firm.


prairiewords said...


What part of "We the people" don't they understand. They strike me as a little Orwellian, 'some are more equal than others'. If election (and proposition) spending limits were in place and the No side respected the right of Yes signs as they expect pople to respect them.

1.51% of the total U.S. population identifies themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual, or 4.3 total million Americans. These numbers are based on figures provided by a broad-based coalition of gay rights organizations and homosexual advocacy groups. The primary source cited was the The National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSLS), published in the book The Social Organization of Sex: Sexual Practices in the United States (1994), by Laumann, Gagnon, Michael and Michaels. From here.

The Mouse that Roared, how humilating that such a tiny group chooses to dictate policy

TLF+ said...

Obviously, Episcopalian leaders can't understand "the people" because they can't attract any to their churches!