Saturday, November 08, 2008

Analyizing California’s Prop 8 Victory

I would like to briefly recap what was the most important election last Tuesday. It was not the Presidential election, though that was important. It was the marriage issue in California. Proposition 8 was passed. Its passage assured that marriage in California continues to mean what it has always meant for thousand of years, the exclusive relationship between one-man and one-woman.

It did not permit the sanctioning or perversion of the definition of marriage. It did not allow one of the foundations of any civilized, moral society to be revised to include a relationship between one man and one man, one woman and one woman, one man and two women, one man and one child, one man and his horse, etc. State or church sanctioning of any sexual relationship other than the relationship between one-man and one-woman is unnatural, unhealthy, abnormal, immoral and destructive to a society.

The majority of Americans realize this. Unfortunately, it is a minuscule, but moneyed minority that wants to normalized the abnormal. It is with that group we wage war on this one key battlefront of the culture war.


In 2000 the people of California voted to make it a state law that marriage is between one-man and one-woman. Then along came an activist court and out of thin air declared that law unconstitutional. The California Supreme Court agreed with that horrible ruling by a equally thin 4-3 decision. So the another initiative, Prop 8, was placed on the ballot to be voted on November 4, 2008.

The homosexual and lesbian activists were outraged and declared war on any supporter of the that constitutional amendment. They stole or defaced signs, they damaged property of supporters of Prop 8, they beat up supporters, they damaged cars, homes, etc. When the dust settled both the supporters of Prop 8 and the opponent of traditional one-man and one-woman marriage each spent $40 million each in advertising their side of the issue.

Supporters included Mormon, Catholic, Protestant and Evangelical pastors, priests, churches and organizations, who joined forces within the state and from across the nation. Opponents included teachers unions, a rainbow assortment of same-sex radical activist groups, assorted Hollywood deviates, radical liberal politicians etc. The race was close on Election Eve.


When the votes were counted Proposition 8 as well as similar issues in Florida and Arizona passed. There attempted perversion of the California Constitution was foiled. All told 30 states now have constitution amendments protect the sacred institution of marriage. Thank God.


Despite the victory at the polls, the perverts keep on their relentless attempt to destroy marriage, and ultimately the nation.

According to an email article that I received which contained a link to this article, “(Homosexuals) Call for Violence Against Christian Supporters of Prop 8” written by Matt Barber the day after the election here are some of the vicious comments he found on various homosexual blogs:

In a blog entry titled “You’ll Want to Punch them” on, poster “BillyBob Thornton” wrote, “… I have never considered being a violent radical extremist for our Equal Rights, But now I think maybe I should consider becoming one.” “Stenar” asked, “Can someone in CA please go burn down the Mormon temples there, PLEASE. I mean seriously. DO IT.” “Angelo Ventura,” said, “… hope they all rot in hell, those servants of a lying, corrupt devil!

BAN RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM!” And, “Jonathan,” warned, “I’m going to give them something to be f – ing scared of. … I’m a radical who is now on a mission to make them all pay for what they’ve done.”

Meanwhile, over at, “World O Jeff,” said, “Burn their f–ing churches to the ground, and then tax the charred timbers.” While, “Tread,” wrote, “I hope the No on 8 people have a long list and long knives.” “Joe,” stated, “I swear, I’d murder people with my bare hands this morning.”

And on the Web site, “scottinsf” posted, “Trust me. I’ve got a big list of names of mormons and catholics that were big supporters of Prop 8. … As far as mormons and catholics ... I warn them to watch their backs.”
So much for the peace-loving, tolerance-loving homosexual movement, that whole movement is a perverse joke.

Sore losers, radicals, selfish, self-centered, disrespectful, intolerant, prideful, egotistical, and arrogant are all descriptive of those who advocate the destruction of the basic unit of society - one-man, one-woman marriage and the natural family.
Please read, "Of God's Law and Democracy-Homosexual Rioting In California" from Bill Wilson's Daily Jot.

1 comment:

  1. I would have voted for Prop 8 if had lived in CA because I agree that the government should not sanction, encourage, or give special rights to people who engage in the sinful homosexual lifestyle. But I don't see how this "destroys traditional marriage". If two wicked people want to do something wicked that only hurts themselves, that is a shame, but it doesn't violate my rights or hinder people from engaging in real marriage in any way. I still think that the issue of marriage should be left up to the church, not government. Perhaps a law banning joint custody of children by same-sex couples is in order, but otherwise government should stay out of it. I am talking about getting rid of all tax breaks, special rights, incentives, licenses, and other marriage regulations that are not in the Bible. This would largely eliminate the problem. Even though Prop 8 has passed, there is no law against same-sex couples having a ceremony to "celebrate their union" and calling themselves married. So what's the big deal?