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“To avoid hypocrisy, California should ban divorce” – Guest blogger

Hello, noble readers.  As you may have noticed, it is harder for me to update the blog daily, but I try to keep it as frequent as possible for the sake of Truth.  Today I am posting an article by a guest blogger Manimala who supports the sanctity of marriage!  That is greatly inspiring for hard-working Americans like us.  Okay, until the next post, toodle-oo, and make sure to support the effort!


We must really admire Californians' bravery in standing up for traditional marriage. Ban divorce nationwide!

Proponents of California’s 2008 Proposition 8 claim  same-sex marriage violates the sanctity of marriage, and it should be banned to protect the sacred bond between a man and woman.

Those who supported it should follow a new initiative as well — the 2010 California Marriage Protection Act, which would make divorce illegal in the state if both members of the marriage is alive.

“Proposition 8 bravely protected the institution of traditional marriage by making sure that gay people could not participate in it. I loved Proposition 8 but felt it did not go far enough,” said writer John Marcotte, the author of the 2010 initiative, on his Web site rescuemarriage.org.

According to census estimations, married gays would account for less than 1 percent of people in California. However, about 10 percent of the state population was divorced last year.

If homosexuals can’t marry for the mere fact of protecting traditional marriage, the larger remainder of the population — heterosexuals — shouldn’t be allowed to leave their marriages because it has a larger effect on the general idea of marriage — the sanctity of marriage.

The Marriage Protection Act is even better than Proposition 8. It would amend the California constitution to ensure that no married person can divorce unless the spouse dies or a rare annulment occurs. Like Proposition 8, it is a feasible ballot initiative that only requires a majority of Californians’ votes to become part of the state constitution.

“After all, (Proposition 8 supporters) weren’t trying to take rights away from gay people. They were just trying to protect traditional marriage,” Marcotte said in an interview with the San Diego News Network. “I’m sure they will support this 100 percent, even if this time it is their rights that get diminished. It would be hypocritical for them not to support us.”

Besides limiting hypocrisy, the Marriage Protection Act is also expected to curb the cash-strapped state’s expenses. According to California’s Legislative Analyst’s office, the amendment could save the state and local governments hundreds of millions of dollars every year by eliminating divorce proceedings.

The divorce fees that couples pay to the state are far less than the court’s administrative costs, so the government loses money on them. As Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger struggles to balance California’s budget, the bottom-line savings from the act will help reduce a devastating deficit.

According to California Secretary of State Debra Bowen’s Web site, Marcotte’s volunteer-based grassroots initiative requires around 694,000 signatures by late March 2010 to qualify for the voting ballot, and it has high hopes since it was approved for circulation a couple Fridays ago. The Marriage Protection Act is making waves.

Proposition 8 supporters were filled with vehement conviction in their defense of traditional marriage.  Now, it only seems fitting this fight continues against divorce, because when it comes to a cause, you’re stuck with it to the end. ‘Til death do you part.


Moore condemns capitalism, reaps profits

…this Friday, I suggest you go to the movie theaters and make a stand. We’ve done it before at the Obamacare town halls. We’ll do it again at Moore’s film showings. Go there with signs of glory and tongues of wrath.

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore will release his new documentary movie Capitalism: A Love Story this Friday. Now, I know what you all must be thinking: “Oh my gosh (remember, do not use God’s name in vain), not another boring educational film from this self-righteous fatso! O’er my dead body will I see it!”

Michael Moore guffawing as he takes our hard-earned American cash.  Notice his obese fingers hold his dangerous new movie.

Michael Moore guffawing as he takes our hard-earned American cash. Notice that despite oozing with obesity, his fingers keep hold of the tin inspiration for his dangerous new movie.

It’s true, Michael Moore is a huge hypocrite. He makes this film criticizing hard-working American CEOs for getting paid for doing honest work, yet he actually charges people to come and see his movie.  If he meant what he said, he’d be showin’ it for free!  He’s earning millions by lying to the American people. Don’t mind what he says about these rich folk driving our country into a so-called recession.

Wake up people! There is no recession! It was just a lie conjured up by the Democrats to take us to war in Afghanistan. They will always find some excuse to waste our tax money while making sure the terrorists have it easy. And since he’s helping them by brainwashing us, Moore’s a BIG part of the problem.

Some left-wing sympathizers will say he’s just making money off his honest work. But no, he’s not being honest! He’s just being fat.  He’s also a hypocrite.  And frankly, that absolutely negates whatever argument he’s trying to make. It’s simple logic; if I am X while at the same saying X is bad, then X is NOT bad.

A classy teabagger makes sure her message is heard.  This particular heroine wants to make our great language "offical."

A classy teabagger makes sure her message is heard. This particular patriot wants to make our great language "offical."

Rich folk are not bad guys. Making money is not evil. If we want all our money taken away and given away to do-nothings, then we’d be in Soviet Russia. So what if we’re in a capitalistic jungle? All it means is you need to make sure you know how to build a fire. It’s survival of the fittest. That’s the way God wanted it. So Capitalism: A Love Story is simply disgusting, and it’s obvious Moore is trying to shove his left-wing agenda — this anti-free market vitriol — down our throats.

But, my friends, I’ve got an idea. Instead of staying home baking cookies for orphans this Friday, I suggest you go to the movie theaters and make a stand. We’ve done it before at the Obamacare town halls. We’ll do it again at Moore’s film showings. Go there with signs of glory and tongues of wrath.

Let the more uninformed masses at the movies know the truth about what these liberals are really up to. And heck, while you’re there, you might just buy a ticket and rip it up just to show ’em no one, no matter how much obscene money or egghead “intelligence” they have, can step on YOU. People all over this country are angry and with good reason. Don’t let Moore and Obama’s thought police stop you from telling it like it is.

We’ve seen it once and we’ll see it again — Hollywood’s liberal silver screen is a cage for Ms. Liberty. It’s up to American heroes like us to rescue her. Teabag away.