Email of the Day

Jim Burroway

October 22nd, 2012

Give me money and magical things happen…

To date, no state has approved homosexual “marriage” when it was decided by popular vote. I believe in my heart that Washington will not be the first.

Public Advocate has been fighting for real marriage in Washington State for months now. In just the past week, Public Advocate supporters raised thousands of dollars to alert Washington voters to the threat facing real marriage in their state. And now thousands of ads are running in the state exposing the truth.

The Homosexual Lobby is desperate to get at least one win this election for their radical agenda. Their allies are pulling out all the stops to see Referendum 74 passed. But I am proud to say , Public Advocate is standing squarely in their path.

…P.S. Please chip in with a donation of $10 or more to help Public Advocate fight for traditional values.

I think its hilarious that he says that “supporters raised thousands of dollars,” and that “now thousands of ads are running in the state” as though a single time given to him had anything to do with those ads. We know where that money really goes, which is why I recommend Delgaudio’s group to everyone who wants to donate money to fight marriage equality in Washington or anywhere else.

F Young

October 22nd, 2012

“I believe in my heart that Washington will not be the first.”

He’s right, actually. Maryland and Maine will be first, followed by Washington state roughly three hours later.

Snowman

October 22nd, 2012

I wonder if that old school money tracking website that used to have all the $1 bills stamped with its URL is still around. It’d be fun to send this guy a cash donation in singles…and see if any of them even get anywhere near any of the “fighting” Eugene is supposedly doing, with county funds and county staff and…gods, who the hell would be dumb enough to actually give this joker money??

Not me, not even for the fun of seeing where it really goes.

What an asshole.

Smith

October 23rd, 2012

Not only is this guy a liar, but he has contempt for his own membership. Anyone can check what he has done in WA. WA has a very open and transparent campaign finance system. The Public Advocate has formed no PAC, run no ads, and has given a total of $250. Not to Ref. 74, but to a competing measure that failed to qualify for the ballot earlier this year.

I’ll say it again. Delgaudio is actually a good thing for gay people. Let him soak up anti-gay money. I’d much rather have money flowing into his bank account than to have it go to NOM or directly to the anti-gay side in WA. I don’t care what he does with it.

Spokane venue

November 1st, 2012

I would like to express my views on homosexual marriage first by speaking in support of it. Basically it is a matter of personal choice and one’s individuality. State cannot impose such rules on people that totally encroach their private matters. And yes Washington will not be the first one.

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