The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Thursday, March 02, 2006


Great news!

Thanks to the calls and prayers of citizens all over this state, we succeeded in passing the state constitutional amendment (Senate Joint Resolution 53) preserving One Man-One Woman Marriage. The final vote was 62-31 in favor.

The issue now goes to the voters this November. If approved by a majority of the voters, this Amendment will be placed on our state constitution so activist judges will not be able to creatively reinterpret our constitution to legalize same-sex marriage from the bench, just like the Massachusetts Supreme Court did two years ago.

Thanks again for all your support in this effort. The Amendment, however will need your continued support all through the spring, summer and fall to make sure this succeeds at the statewide referendum this fall.

State Rep. Mark Gundrum

TG: The bill is expected to be passed by the voters easily with a 65% or 70% majority.


  • At 6:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I sure that the defense of marriage against gays will create a HUGE decline in divorce rate.
    And just think of how many cival rights that are denied to gays who want to marry, will be "saved" for the select!

  • At 6:12 AM, Blogger T.G. said…

    The sodomites who were allowed to "marry" in Massachusetts are already getting divorces at an alarming rate.

    Homosexuals HAVE every civil right that anyone else has. They have the right to free speech, religious liberty, the right to bear arms, the right to a speedy trial, property rights, and all the rest, including the right to marry someone of the opposite sex.

    They want EXTRA rights, special privileges. They want to force others to accept their deadly choices.

  • At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    do they have the right to affordable health care like the rest of us? are they allowed the same benifits as a new wed couple? No.
    They could even be together for over 30 years and it's not worth a damn thing.

  • At 12:36 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    Sure, a homosexual can get health care like anyone else - in fact they get extra privileges because they force the rest of us to cover the cost of the diseases they spread with their abhorrent activities.

    You want them to get *spousal* benefits. That's impossible because they cannot be spouses if they are the same sex.

    I shared an apartment with my friend, Craig, for a few years. He was a great friend of mine. We were best man at each other's wedding. Both of us had to get our own health insurance.

    You're saying that if we were queer we should qualify for coverage under the other's policy? Why should a queer couple get a benefit that Craig and I couldn't (and shouldn't) get? That's not fair. You don't want equal rights, you want EXTRA rights and special privileges for sodomites.

  • At 11:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    imagine if a homosexual couple has lived together for 30 years, they love each other, and more than anything they want to get married. but the law says that they can't.
    they can't have spousal benifits and everything else is by one person.

    imagine that a heterosexual couple gets married and moves in together and they have only been married 3 weeks.

    who has more rights?

    the heterosexual couple because a) they can marry which b)allows them more freedom and acess to essential things in building up a life.

    that's just sad because chances are they'll get divorced within the next several months or years to find that they don't love each other enough and yet the homosexuals have been together 30.

    I dont' think it should matter whether they can get married or not, heck let em do it. they've been around longer than you and your grandma combined get over it.

    human beings deserve the same respect and this is a direct violation of that respect. God would want them to be equal but in his flock they are considered the black sheep. ok, the sheep's black. so what?

  • At 7:13 PM, Blogger T.G. said…

    It doesn't matter how long people fornicate together - that doesn't earn them special benefits that others must pay for.

    I roomed with Craig for about three years and Mike for two more. So you're saying if we were perverts and engaged in sodomy, somehow THAT would entitle us to the other's health care plan, but if we just lived together we don;t qualify?

    Loving each other isn't alone enough. I love my brother dearly. I've loved him for nearly 40 years. But that doesn't entitle me to his health insurabce.

    It's exactly like I said - you want SPECIAL PRIVILEGES for sodomites. Somehow you think because sodomites perform perverted acts with each other, that entitles them to another's health benefit.

  • At 11:49 AM, Anonymous the victim said…

    I know what a pervert is and they are not. I have died too many times to them. You are off the target, my friend and sadly misguided.

    The voice


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