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Nov. 24th, 2008 @ 07:34 pm Christian Billboard Apologizes for Prop 8!
The Mission Gathering Church in San Diego has paid for a billboard in San Diego apologizing for people who supported proposition 8 in the name of God.

The sign says: "Mission gathering church is sorry for the narrow-minded, judgmental, deceptive, manipulative actions of those who took away the rights and equality of so many in the name of God. Our hearts are with you, Christianity for all"

Mission Gathering Church
3828 Herman Ave.
San Diego CA, 92104
Phone: 619.624.9335
Fax: 619.624.9395

http://www.queersunited.blogspot.com
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queerunity:
Nov. 12th, 2008 @ 12:52 pm What's Next?
Current Mood: chipperchipper



www.november5.org
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cellshade
inkdoll:
Nov. 10th, 2008 @ 04:27 pm When Art Imitates Life: American Politics In American Cinema


Given the plethora of post-election coverage sure to be on the TV, it can be a bit daunting and overwhelming, especially if you’re looking for something to entertain, even if it is in the political oeuvre. Never fear, because with services like NetFlix available, there’s a wealth of political and election films that can make us laugh, make us cry, make us remember what we’re voting against, and voting for. A great film can lift and inspire in much the same manner as our preferred candidate can, and a great film can cause us to react with the vitriol, and antipathy that the opposing view invokes. Here’s a few films you can put in your NetFlix queue, or in the DVD player that will get your political heart beating and your patriotic blood flowing. With a country hot on the heels of an historic victory for now President-Elect Barack Obama, we surely can look to the film has treated politics in the past, to see a glimpse of how history may judge this event in the future.

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trois pistoles
gustoforrobusto:
Nov. 5th, 2008 @ 09:21 pm In closing
This about summed up the night for me:

Obama

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Batman
smokystein:
Nov. 5th, 2008 @ 01:00 pm A Letter from a Moderate Voter to the Political Machine
Thank God it's November 5th.

I now have a 4 year respite from attempts to make me scared.

I was excited for this election. I looked at John McCain and Barack Obama and thought - perhaps naïvely - "This will be a campaign of ideas."

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I'm excited.

But now can I please be left alone to not be afraid in peace? To quote Senator McCain: "Please."
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relax
sirendream:
Nov. 5th, 2008 @ 07:26 am He Did it!
Current Mood: peacefulproud and happy!
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Wow, I'm so happy... I could cry... okay... I had tears several times.
I just can't believe .. I'm so proud of my country right now ......

HUGS to  McCain voters... I know how you feel and it sucks.

He has 4 years to convince you he was the right man and you have 4 years to rub it in our face every time he fucks up.
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iamgeekgoddess:
Nov. 4th, 2008 @ 09:47 pm I'll say it
At this point it's mathematically impossible for McCain to win unless he somehow wins California, Oregon, Washington, or Hawaii.

Congratulations, President Obama.
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doktorvox:
Nov. 4th, 2008 @ 09:07 pm http://election.cbsnews.com/election2008/
http://election.cbsnews.com/election2008/


(btw disclaimer: i am not a citizen)
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zorge22:
Nov. 4th, 2008 @ 09:17 am long lines in west philadelphia
Current Mood: accomplished
Current Music: rilo kiley: a hit
Long lines in West Philadelphia at 7 this morning, but the atmosphere was festive. There was a juggler, people handing out donuts ... someone had anticipated the lines and installed portable toilets. I brought a book.

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kylecassidy:
Nov. 4th, 2008 @ 07:57 am One last post before I go to vote, The life and times of Barack Hussein Obama ;)
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Buggs Bunny That's All Folks
lather2002: