Ammendment One

Religious leaders sound off on Marriage Ammendment

Sun, 06 May 2012 15:20:15 -0700 Sunday worship services were the last chance for religious leaders to sound off on the Marriage Amendment to their congregations. With the North Carolina primary election two days away, church leaders both for and against the amendment encouraged their congregations to vote on Tuesday. http://charlotte.news14.com/content/top_stories/657189/religious-leaders-sound-off-on-marriage-ammendment

Exploitation cases could fuel push for law ammendment

Tue, 17 Apr 2012 18:00:58 -0700 Exploitation cases could lead to push for amendment to human-trafficking laws, officials say. http://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/news/2012/apr/17/exploitation-cases-could-fuel-push-for-law/

Voting steady; polls open until 7:30 p.m.

Tue, 08 May 2012 06:23:54 -0700 Staff report www.salisburypost.com Voting in the primary election began at 6:30 this morning around the state. Voters talking to Salisbury Post reporters have said Amendment One, a controversial step that would ban gay marriage and civil un … http://www.salisburypost.com/News/050812-voting-begins

Amendment One, North Carolina Gay Marriage Ban, Passes Vote

RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina approved a constitutional amendment Tuesday defining marriage solely as a union between a man and a woman, becoming the latest state to effectively slam the door shut on same-sex … http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/08/amendment-one-north-carolina_n_1501308.html

Joe. My. God.: Amendment One Reactions

While we are disappointed in tonight's result, we know this concerted North Carolina effort to defeat Amendment One and protect all of the state's families galvanized North Carolina and mobilized North Carolinians in historic … http://joemygod.blogspot.com/2012/05/amendment-one-reactions.html

Joe. My. God.: Amendment One Passes

With a little over 43 percent of precincts reporting, support for the amendment was strong- with about 61 percent of North Carolina voters casting their ballots in favor of the amendment, and roughly 39 percent voting against it. http://joemygod.blogspot.com/2012/05/amendment-one-passes.html

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9 Responses to Ammendment One

  • Anonymous says:

    Why Are The Conservatives Freaking Out Over The OWS Protesters? Seriously now guys grow up! Can’t you see that the media is just showing one or two crazy people who have nothing to do with the protests and labeling them as a part of OWS just so that they can fool gullible people like you?

    That would be like if a couple of Tea Party protesters did something violent and then labeling all Tea Party protesters as violent. Most Tea Party protesters are not violent and most OWS protesters are not violent because my father is in Chicago protesting right now and he said 99% of all people protesting are peacefully practicing their right to the 1st ammendment, something most of you conservatives seem to hate nowadays

  • Anonymous says:

    Question About The 2012 Election For Libs And Conservatives? Im an independant. In my opinion of presidential race is that the race is going to come down to who gets the independant votes. In my head i see 2 far right candidades in santorum and romney, and a libertarian in Ron Paul. Independants in general are not going to vote for those that are far-right thus why they are independant.

    i can see many voters going toward Ron Paul over Obama. But i dont see my fellow independants buying into santorum because of the harsh anti-gayness and romney because of his wishey-washey And slipery-slope arguments that really make no sense. The main point is santorum and romney are going to run the government with christianity in mind and that is not what our country was designed to do. My conservative friends will tell me that the country was set up on protestant ideals but they forget that freedom from one religion is in the 1st ammendment. With islam, buddhism, and atheism on the rise in the US, a president that will run the country based on biblical law is a break in civil rights for the millions of people that are not christians.

    So in my mind, Obama wins if Paul doesnt win Rep. Nom.
    The other possibility is that Romney kills obama in debates, then i can see him winning
    But santorum is ******! No one outside of the republican party will vote for him.
    If paul does win nom. Its going to be a awesome race to watch.

    My question is, who do you think can beat obama and why OR Why will Obama be president for 4 more years?

    P.s. Please no haters obama-haters, please use actual arguments.
    Thank-you

    • Curator says:

      It’s hard to imagine any of the remaining four Republican candidates winning against Obama, and recent polls reflect that. Romney is too much a product of wealth and privilege, too wedded to Wall Street, and too many people simply cannot imagine voting for a Mormon. Santorum is almost entirely about extreme positions on social issues, does not seem to have a clue about economic issues, and seems to threaten theocracy. Gingrich has way too much baggage of all kinds, and tends to say some rather outrageous things at unexpected intervals. Ron Paul is a Libertarian, and does not seem to have a clue about how to implement the extreme changes he advocates.

      My own prediction is that the Republicans will have a chaotic convention, lose rather pitifully to President Obama, and then struggle to reform their party in time for 2016.

  • Anonymous says:

    ONLY 1 YEAR — BILL OF RIGHTS VIOLATION — MORE FACTS? Here is the 1 year CHURCH expemtion – 1 year from now their rights go and so do ours – CLICK HERE?

    The Department of Health and Human services carved out an exemption for churches and church employees, but not for affiliated institutions like church-run hospitals or universities. The administration announced a week ago that it would give religious organizations ONE YEAR to comply with regarded to their affiliated institutions.

    “In effect, the president is saying we have a year to figure out how to violate our consciences,” said New York Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, a Catholic Cardinal-designate and president of the U.S. bishops’ conference.

    If OBAMA is allowed to erase their constittutional rights — our rights will be damaged also

    CHURCHES HAVE A ONE YEAR get use to Contraceptive exemption? 1 year 1st ammend will be violated!?
    Is that right – should Obama tell churches

    you have 1 year you have to get use to

    WHAT happened to the 1st ammendment.

    The exemption was not long term

    Do you feel that churches should have and be able to retain the 1st amendment rights?

    How about the other amendments — should Obama be able to undermine any and or all the Bill of Rights?

    • Curator says:

      I don’t think religion should be used as a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to policies and laws.

  • Anonymous says:

    Here Is The 1 Year CHURCH Expemtion – 1 Year From Now Their Rights Go And So Do Ours – CLICK HERE? The Department of Health and Human services carved out an exemption for churches and church employees, but not for affiliated institutions like church-run hospitals or universities. The administration announced a week ago that it would give religious organizations one year to comply with regarded to their affiliated institutions.

    “In effect, the president is saying we have a year to figure out how to violate our consciences,” said New York Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan, a Catholic Cardinal-designate and president of the U.S. bishops’ conference.

    If OBAMA is allowed to erase their constittutional rights — our rights will be damaged also

    CHURCHES HAVE A ONE YEAR get use to Contraceptive exemption? 1 year 1st ammend will be violated!?
    Is that right – should Obama tell churches

    you have 1 year you have to get use to

    WHAT happened to the 1st ammendment.

    The exemption was not long term

    Do you feel that churches should have and be able to retain the 1st amendment rights?

    How about the other amendments — should Obama be able to undermine any and or all the Bill of Rights?

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