Bobby's Turn
May 06, 2004
Let Congress Know You Don't Oppose Gay Marriage

This just in from my pal Bobby Lilly.

Bobby's trying to get the word out about the Million for website and petition in favor of same sex marriages.

It's all from the Human Rights Campaign.

From Bobby: Got this request and am passing it on to friends I think might support the issue. So, if you haven't signed the petition yet, please use the link they offer in the body of the message below and maybe pass it on to a friend.

Click the following link to sign a petition that will be delivered to Congress in favor of same sex marriage:

Human Rights Campaign/
Let's get to a half-million by May 17


Dear Bobby,

In just 10 days, same-sex couples will be issued marriage licenses for the first time in Massachusetts. As the newlyweds celebrate their marriages, we know that our ultra-conservative opponents will use this historic moment to viciously attack them and all GLBT families.

We - all of us who support marriage equality - must demonstrate our strength and unity at this critical time. Here's one important way you can help: Right now, almost 450,000 people have signed the Million for Marriage petition. By May 17th, we'd like to get to 500,000 - a half-million people.

Please, take a minute to think of one more person that you could persuade to stand up for equality. Click here to send them a message right now:

Or forward this e-mail to your friends and ask them to click the following link to sign the petition:

Our voices - 500,000 loud and strong -- will help counter the right-wing extremists' wave of fear and lies, and will give hope and support to the couples about to marry in Massachusetts. Thank you, as always, for your actions today.

Many thanks,

Cheryl A. Jacques President

**************************** (c)2004, Human Rights Campaign, 1640 Rhode Island Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036-3278 Phone: 202/628-4160 TTY: 202/216-1572 Fax: 202/347-5323,

Posted by Lisa at May 06, 2004 05:19 PM | TrackBack
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Everybody who ever walked the earth understands that marriage means a husband and wife. Kinda silly that now we need laws to codify the obvious, but sadly we do. Urge your elected reps to support the FMA and all other common-sense measures to protect marriage and families.

Posted by: bernie on May 15, 2004 08:13 PM
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