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Californians Vote to Ban Recognition of Gay Marriages
Golden State, Ohio Also Have Key House Races
By Ben White
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, March 8, 2000; Page A21
Voters easily passed a controversial ballot measure in California yesterday that would prohibit recognition of gay marriage in the state and selected congressional candidates in several important House primaries in California and Ohio.
The ballot measure, Proposition 22, declares that "only marriage between a man and a woman is valid and recognized in California." With 41 percent of precincts reporting, 63 percent of Californians had voted in favor of the measure, sponsored by Republican state Sen. Wm. J. "Pete" Knight, while 37 percent opposed it.
Voters in California also passed measures to expand legalized gambling on Indian land and stiffen juvenile justice laws and rejected a measure to reform the state’s campaign finance system.
Senate campaigns in Ohio and California were mostly low-wattage affairs, as Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Republican Rep. Tom Campbell won the nod of their parties, and Sen. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) cruised to renomination. Real estate broker Ted Celeste, brother of former governor Richard Celeste, won the Democratic Senate primary in Ohio.
The real congressional action in both states yesterday came at the House level.
In Ohio, state Rep. Pat Tiberi defeated state Sen. Gene Watts for the GOP nomination in the district of retiring House Budget Committee Chairman John R. Kasich (R). Tiberi had Kasich’s backing as well as that of the state party, while Watts had high name recognition in the Columbus area district.
Columbus City Council member Maryellen O’Shaughnessy easily won the Democratic nomination for Kasich’s seat. The November contest will be among a handful that will determine party control of the 107th Congress; Democrats could win back the House with a swing of just six seats.
In another contested House primary in Ohio, Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. beat back a challenge in his Youngstown district. Traficant is facing a grand jury investigation into corruption.
Also in Ohio, former representative Mary Rose Oakar, driven from Congress in 1992 by the House Bank scandal, won the Democratic nomination for a state House seat in Cleveland, where she will run unopposed in the fall.
California also featured some important House contests, as state Assemblyman Mike Honda, the favored candidate of Democrats in Washington, held a wide lead over multimillionaire Bill Peacock for the nomination in the district being left open by Campbell, with nearly half of precincts reporting.
Nine-term Rep. Matthew G. Martinez (D) lost to state Sen. Hilda Solis, who could not seek another term in the state legislature because of term limits. Solis was endorsed by the state Democratic Party.
Ten Republicans battled to succeed retiring Rep. Ron Packard in his coastal Southern California district, with the victor virtually assured of winning this fall. The GOP field included car alarm magnate Darrell Issa, who spent $10 million on a failed Senate bid in 1998 and held a narrow lead over state Sen. Bill Morrow. Mark Dornan, son of former California representative Robert K. Dornan, trailed.
Also in California, convicted felon and former representative Jay Kim’s attempt to mount a comeback in a different district fell short, as he lost to two-time GOP nominee Elia Pirozzi for the right to take on freshman Democrat Joe Baca in the state’s 42nd District this fall.
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Subject: RE: Md. attorney general: State to recognize same-sex marriages … – 3 hours ago
Two thirds oppose "lesbian rights"
Thanks for voting, here are the results so far:
Should lesbians and single women have access to IVF?
33% (1673 votes)
66% (3369 votes)
Total of 5042 votes
There’s nothing that reveals the zeal and ability of zionists to destroy this Christian nation more brilliantly than the battle between ‘we the people’ and our own politicians in their attempt to impose "legalized" sodomy on our youth, coupled with the ability and willingness of "polling organizations" and other jewish controlled "news sources" to misrepresent American public opinion. In 1991, where The General Social Survey showed that the percentage of Americans who viewed "gay sex as always wrong" was 71%, The Gallup Organization was reporting that only 48% believed homosexual relations should not be legal, a disconnect of serious proportions.
"On November 3, 1993, by a vote of 53.4% to 46.6%, the voters of the State of Colorado passed an initiated amendment to the Colorado Constitution referred to as Amendment 2. That amendment provides: No Protected Status Based on Homosexual, Lesbian, or Bisexual Orientation". The courts struck it down, in violation of the will of ‘we the people’, due mostly to advocacy work by non-credible and irresponsible "polling" and "news" organizations like Gallup, who reported at that time that only 48% of the people they polled "think homosexual relations between consenting adults should not be legal". More reputable polling organizations reported that "Seventy-four percent of Hawaii residents polled are opposed to same-sex marriage, and yet just four members of the Hawaii Senate were able to kill a constitutional amendment that had already passed the House of Representatives by a two-thirds majority. This action by four senators to prohibit Hawaii residents from voting has citizens outraged". This 26% disconnect between Gallup and reality was the beginning of the end for the credibility of formerly objective polling and news sources like Gallup.
The schism widened in 1996 when Gallup reported that opposition to legalizing sodomy was now down to 44%, yet "The federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) specifically states that the federal government will not recognize a same-sex relationship treated like a marriage. This means that, under the current law, parties to a civil union will not be able to qualify for any of the benefits and protections contained in the 1049 federal laws affecting the spousal relationship". "DOMA became Public Law 104-199 on September 21, 1996"
Encouraged by their previous failures, as most "liberals" always are, Gallup then reported in 1999 that opposition to legalized homosexual relations was down to a mere 43%. But that was less than one year after "The electorate of Hawaii voted on November 4, 1998 to amend the state constitution to permit the legislature to ban same-gender marriage, effectively ending the possibility that marriage will be granted to same-gender couples in that state." "69% of voters approved a ballot initiative which changed the state constitution to allow the legislature to restrict marriage to heterosexual couples", meaning that Gallup was now under-reporting opposition to legalized homosexual relations by 26%. Was Hawaii some remarkable exception to the norm? No. "In Alaska the case for same-sex unions was weaker, but still a threat to traditional marriage. In February a lower court determined that denying homosexuals the right to marry violated the Alaska constitution. In response, 68% of voters approved a measure which amended the state’s constitution to limit marriage to one man, one woman". Gallup was again off by 25-26%, which in polling is much bigger than a mile.
False information from Gallup has now become legion. Their report that the percentage of voters who favored the legalization of homosexual relations was now up to 50% encouraged the "liberal" California court to attempt to attempt to legalize "gay marriages". Even a Field Poll conducted prior to the passage of Proposition 22 suggested that Gallup was not far off target, indicating that only 51% of Californians supported it. Yet with all of the misinformation and false information, with Gallup proclaiming from the rafters that opposition to legalized sodomy was down to 43%, 63% of California voters still gave common sense and Christian principles a landslide victory on March 7, 2000 and passed this ballot initiative to BAN such marriages. Vermont’s courts attempted to do the same thing, and Vermont voters reacted by passing a similar initiative to ban same-sex marriages. In December 2000, "In Nebraska, unofficial election results indicate an anti-Gay ballot measure there passed by a margin of 70 percent to 30 percent among 640,310 voters. Initiative 416 calls for amending the state constitution so marriage is recognized only for heterosexual couples". "In Nevada, unofficial election results indicate 589,865 residents there voted on a proposed anti-Gay ballot measure and approved it by a margin of 69.4 percent to 30.5 percent. The measure sought to amend the state constitution so that only a marriage between a man and a woman is legally recognized in that state". "In Maine, the Human Rights Campaign supported the efforts of the YES on 6 for Equal Rights Campaign. Question 6 gave voters the opportunity to enact a law banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in employment, housing and public accommodations. If it had passed, it would have marked the first time that voters had passed a state law to protect lesbian, gay and bisexual people. Voters in Washington state rejected a similar initiative several years ago after the Legislature passed a measure requiring a ballot vote".
Again, Gallup was off by a mile. State after state after state proved that their biased sodomite polls under-represented opposition to "legalization of homosexual relations" by a minimum of 20%, all the way up to 27%.
Is Gallup "the gang that can’t shoot straight", are they all faggots, or are they so intent on destroying the moral fiber of this Christian nation that they just can’t permit a mere thing like facts to get in the way? As if though 35 state initiatives to ban "gay marriages" isn’t enough to get the message across to these despicable "liberals", they then attempted to change the wording to "civil unions", JUST in order to attempt to side step the restriction on "gay marriages" implemented by ‘we the people’ in legitimate public mandates. Such weasel wording will be met with the same resolve that the immoral supporters of affirmative action met, no matter how disconnected from reality "polling organizations" like Gallup get.
None of the organizations which pride themselves on being objective pollsters were even close to reality. The Pascoe Poll showed 56% of voters opposed "gay marriages", which was the closest to reality, but no state’s initiative passed by less than 63% and the average was closer to 70%. Environics poll was even further off the mark than Gallup, and actual public opinion against legalized sodomy exceeded Gallup’s estimate by almost two thirds.
The icing on the cake was in 2005 when 76% of the voters in Texas said not just NO, but ".ell NO" to sodomites with Proposition 2 (a proposition which the "news" media hardly wrote ten words about).
Is it really this difficult to get more accurate polling results than this? Absolutely not. NORC managed to break down American public opinion by all kinds of racial, age, and sex categories several decades ago, and even now their results were the closest to the actual vote counts in state after state. Has public opinion changed since NORC conducted their survey in 1985-1989? Not according to REAL people going to REAL poll booths and creating LANDSLIDE VICTORIES against sodomites and the amoral crew who support them. Their survey showed that 69-70% of the voting age group between 25 to 44 opposed same sex relationships, which is exactly how the voters of each state voted.
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Subject: Md. attorney general: State to recognize same-sex marriages … – 3 hours ago