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  1. Regan DuCasse
    October 28, 2009

    Peter LaB made a big deal out of No on 1 being funded by well known gay supportive organizations. Which, can and does include people of faith.

    However, NOM and AFTAH are funded nearly exclusively by well known religious entities.
    Which is blatant politicking for the purpose of drastically altering the purpose of the state and federal Constitutions. And they are engaging the government to do the discriminating for them.

    They cannot point to any direct or indirect affect by marriage or any other gay equality that is or will be negative.

    However, the opposite is certainly true with the support they get against gay citizens.

    Of course, they are not this politically effective nor wish to be against heterosexuals that meet their anti marriage complaint.

    I think too, that their complaint that disclosure has resulted in harassment, death threats or anything of the sort should require EVIDENCE.

    I firmly believe that gravitas and exaggeration have been engaged in this complaint.

    Why don’t those ponying up the donations to their cause ask for evidence? Why do they think there is cred here with no inquiry into it?

  2. Regan DuCasse
    October 29, 2009

    Wait, NOM wanted an exemption because they aren’t Maine based?!???!

    What chutzpah! Is there no bottom to where these people try to feed?

  3. Joe in Caliofornia
    October 29, 2009

    I think this should be put off until next election and give transparency a chance to uncover the facts and truths, and lies!
    Please, look around. All other countries and states that have Equality Marriages have not gone down the tubes! Canada for instance! Canada has a strong economy, banks are not failing as they are here, health care for everyone, etc. Heterosexual marriages in Canada have not failed because of homosexual marriages! I see a lot more FREEDOM elsewhere than here in the US of A. We need to make things right for everyone, not just some!

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