Saturday, October 18, 2008


This thursday night women came together to write letters to undecided voters urging them to vote Yes on Prop 8 to protect traditional marriage. It was such a wonderful experiance to be with these amazing women working together this important goal! Women are so powerful and together we are unstoppable! The house was full and women were coming in and out. Really a success.
Something I think this blog is in serious need of is some pictures. I think we need to see some of the faces of those who are working so hard to get prop 8 passed. If you want to get involved there is plenty to do. Letter writing, phone calls, sign holding and even just a bumper sticker on your car. Leave a comment with your email address and we will get in contact with you. Join us Protecting Marriage. You can also visit to find events in your area, donate, etc.
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Andy said...

Great post Lisa! That sounds like a neat activity.

Lisa said...

It was so fun, I have tons more pictures of the different things I've been doing.... COMING SOON!

abby said...

WOW!!! This is so cool that everyone got together to help support Prop. 8. Together, we can make a difference that lasts.

The evidence is in and it's mounting! Everyone can see it for themselves at,, and and on great blogs like yours! Prop. 8 is a vote for American Freedom for all of us (you, me, and same-sexuals). I'm proud to stand with ALL freedom loving Americans to vote YES! On Prop. 8.

beetlebabee said...

Ha! We're doing the same thing, we call it "Mailing the Mushy Middle." 800 letters and counting. Our high school has a pro family club, they wrote almost half of the letters. They were beautiful.

Our grassroots effort in this state is UNPRECEDENTED. This is so awesome. The backlash is building against the outrageous demands of the gay movement.

Lisa said...

800! wow that is so great. and a pro family club! Good for you! Keep up the good work beetlebabee!