George W. Bush's Ban on Gay Marriages sign now

It is my oppinion that George W. Bush is using his power as President of the Unites States unjustly and in a manner which violates the United States Constitution.
The following quote was taken from and their story over President Bush's Public Address to the nation from the Rosevelt Room in the White House.
"...some activist judges and local officials have made an aggressive attempt to redefine marriage."

"And unless action is taken, we can expect more arbitrary court decisions, more litigation, more defiance of the law by local officials, all of which adds to uncertainty," he said.

"After more than two centuries of American jurisprudence and millennia of human experience, a few judges and local authorities are presuming to change the most fundamental institution of civilization. Their actions have created confusion on an issue that requires clarity."

The only clarity that needs to be made is that we, the American people, will not stand for discrimination in any way, shape, or form, and that is just what President Bush is trying to do. If this Amendment is passed, what will be next? Will the President next try to ban inter-racial marriages once more?

"It is wrong to write discrimination into the U.S. Constitution, and it is shameful to use attacks against gay and lesbian families as an election strategy. It appears that the conservative compassion he [Bush] promised to deliver in 2000 has now officially run out."
-Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe

U.S. Sen. John Kerry's campaign spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter said Tuesday's announcement makes it clear that Bush's re-election strategy is to "use wedge issues and the politics of fear to divide the nation.

Again, is this the kind of President we want leading our nation in the coming years? I say no! I also say no to the constitutional amendment banning same sex marriages and furthur urge you to do the same!

Your support in this matter is greatly appreicated.

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    I hate the homophobic atmosphere of this country and especially of my employer and the students I teach who are brainwashed to hatred.
  • 06 May 201050. Hilary
  • 19 April 201049. Jacquie
    marriage is love
  • 18 April 201048. Eric
    I agree, Bush should allow same-sex vacation through-out the U.S. I think that everyone has the right to be married to whoever they want. Love does not have a gender, only our bodies do, thus we should be able to marry whoever we want, same-sex or not
  • 13 April 201047. Aerial
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  • 10 April 201046. Hannah
  • 08 April 201045. David
    I believe in People's Rights. Just because someone is Gay, doesn't mean the government has the right to deny that person the benefits of marriage.
  • 29 March 201044. Americo
    I hope he doesn't get re-elected...
  • 25 March 201043. Krysti
    It's time to take a stand.
  • 21 March 201042. Kristen
    It should be their decision who to marry, especially if they love them. Nothing matters with love.
  • 21 March 201041. Penny
    Love is love.
  • 18 March 201040. Suzanne
    many people want bush to die... LETS KILL HIS ASS SO THE US CAN BE FIXED!!
  • 17 March 201039. Kaitlin
    We as a people of this nation have the right to religion. It is not one man's choice what is correct for an entire people based on his own personal religious beliefs. OUr rights as humans are being taken away, whether heterosexual, or homosexual. This
  • 13 March 201038. Christine
    Bush is an a$$! and most rich americans are darn stuiped!!
  • 12 March 201037. Dizz.
    I agree. *signs*
  • 07 March 201036. Denise
  • 05 March 201035. Katie
    Banning same sex couples from marrying is unconstitutional and wrong. It is an outrage that Bush is trying to pass amendments that are based on his religion instead of what is best for the cirizens of our country.
  • 05 March 201034. Bree
    This is just another form of discrcimination. First African Americans, the Women, now we dicriminate against Gays? It not right.
  • 04 March 201033. sofia
    he has no right doing this.
  • 02 March 201032. Caroline
    How can our country, formed on the basis of the concept of freedom, pass a Constitutional amendment that restricts the rights of others to choose whom they marry? In my opinion, this amendment goes against a person's right to his or her "pursuit of happin
  • 27 February 201031. Leann
    Marriage shouldn't be an issue about gender, but about love and commitment. The marriage between same-sex couples is damaging nothing, and there should be no reason why same-sex couples can't share their love through marriage. To ammend the constitution i
  • 27 February 201030. Kerry
    Being in a same sex relationship I can wholly appreciate the discrimination that is being used against my loved one and I. There is enough strife in life without using who we love as a way to belittle us and win more votes.
  • 27 February 201029. Anonymous
    I agree.
  • 26 February 201028. Darby
    The prejudice and discrimination NEEDS to STOP! Get off your closed-minded, conservative, and provincially idealed high horse President Bush! We don't need your counter-productive views in office!
  • 26 February 201027. Megan
    It's a shame that Bush doesn't want to allow people to express their love for one another through marriage, just because they are of the same sex. I'm against Bush and any laws he wants to pass about such matters.
  • 25 February 201026. Linda
    Damn Bush
  • 25 February 201025. Barbara
    I fully agree that this ban on gay marriage supports discrimination. This country was based on the fact that "all men are created equal," and Bush is threatening this basic fundamental and right that all citizens of this country have. I gladly sign this

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