GO VIRAL with "YES on Prop 8!"

Tuesday, October 28, 2008 Posted In , , , , , , , , Edit This 4 Comments »
In a human chain 450 strong that stretched from the 79 exit almost to Pechanga Parkway, we stood waving "Yes on Prop 8" signs. We were making a stand in support of Traditional Marriage! It was a truly amazing experience! People driving past honked and waved in support. The children danced and shouted, "Vote Yes!" as the cars drove by.
Motorists called out for more information and we threw 'Yes' stickers through their open windows as they stopped at a red light.
Neighbours were climbing over their wall to join us with their homemade "Yes on 8" signs!

Members from each ward gathered at arterial routes close to their own church building. There must have been thousands of us out yesterday!

Click here to view the news article about it.

PLEASE READ THIS no matter what state you live in. Failure to pass Proposition 8 will hurt children. If gay marriage remains legal, public schools will put it on equal footing with traditional marriage. Children will likely receive “age appropriate” information about sexual relations within heterosexual and homosexual marriages. Failure to pass Proposition 8 will hurt ALL churches. The court’s decision will inevitably lead to conflicts with religious liberty and free speech rights. Society will become more and more hostile to traditional beliefs about marriage and family. Over time, greater acceptance of non-traditional marriage will be demanded of all people. This could impact the ability of any religion to teach and practice its beliefs. Including adoption agencies. These things ARE happening where gay marriage is legal.

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Rachel said...

You got some got shots, I was bummed that none of mine really did the night justice. Surprisingly we had a really good time and loved all the support from the passersby!

Cheryl said...

Those are great pictures! Thanks for taking a stand! I would have loved to have been there with you all. But just for that. I'm sorry, but it still stings to see Temecula. I miss people like you, but that is all! I guess here just feels like home to me, Temec never did. (: Love you!

Cheryl said...

Do you mind if I borrowed a picture of yours for my blog. The one of you all lining the streets of Temecula?

Team Fifield said...

Thanks for taking pictures! It was quite the remarkable experience, wasn't it! Do you have the pic of Jaida?
So glad you shared your blog with me!