16 06 2010

California’s Prop 8 is, for me, deeply personal. I am one of the people who devoted time, treasure, and sacrifice to make Prop 8 come true. …

And so we fought, with decency and civility, in love, for the future of marriage in our country.

…Against all odds, we won.

Many, many Californians sacrificed to make this dream come true. People I know have had their homes, their livelihoods, their businesses attacked because they fought for marriage. These are the people Ted Olson says don’t count.

Having lost at the ballot box, gay-marriage advocates are now stepping forward and asking the courts to nullify our victory, to invalidate our sacrifice.

National Organization for Marriage president Brian Brown on his heroic struggle to keep people who love each other from marrying

(Via TS)





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