Dads, the second you see your son dropping the limp wrist, you walk over there and crack that wrist. Man up. Give him a good punch. Ok? You are not going to act like that.
Source: The Huffington Post
But as [one man, one woman] marriage advocates, we oppose the state marriage amendment now being debated in North Carolina. We hope that when North Carolinians go to the polls on May 8 they will defeat this measure.
David Blankenhorn and Elizabeth Marquardt, Amendment goes too far, News & Observer.
The two leading activists go on to explain that while they believe gay and lesbian couples should not get married, denying them any legal rights and recognition, which this amendment would assure, is just “cold.”
North Carolina Piedmont musicians and leaders raise their voices against Amendment One.
Email her at email@example.com to tell her why she should stand against this environmentally devastating and short-term solution to the energy and jobs problem. She vetoed a bill to allow fracking earlier; this is a recent change in opinion.
The real solutions to our energy problems lie in renewable energy technologies. We have the science, we need to put it into practice.
Elections official resigns rather than oversee vote on NC amendment banning same-sex marriage
RALEIGH, N.C. — The elections director in socially conservative Harnett County has resigned, saying she could not in good conscience preside over the upcoming vote on a proposed amendment to the state constitution banning same-sex marriage.
Sherre Toler says her romantic relationship with a man of a different race cemented her belief that the civil rights of couples in love should not be put to a popular vote.
Elections workers are discouraged from expressing personal opinions about issues on the ballot so that they don’t feed a perception that those counting the votes are biased. The 51-year-old registered Democrat had the job 11 years.
Toler told The Associated Press her Jan. 3 resignation will enable her to speak out about an issue she is passionate about and work with groups seeking to defeat the May referendum.
Associated Press, Published January 11. As seen in the Washington Post
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