Saturday is the National Day of Protest against the passage of Proposition 8, which stripped gay couples of an existing right to marry in California.

As the day draws closer, I’m starting to think about what message I want to send out via my sign.  At the moment, I’m leaning towards

Liberty is my Birthright Too

because I see this as a matter of basic citizenship.  But mine is not the only valid point of view, and so I look forward to seeing other people’s signs reflecting their take on the issue.  Together, we will present a well-rounded response to this American disaster that, ideally, virtually anyone can look at and identify with at least in part.

So, what will your sign say?

Cross-posted at Blue Mass Group

Saturday is the National Day of Protest against the passage of Proposition 8, which stripped gay couples of an existing right to marry in California.

As the day draws closer, I’m starting to think about what message I want to send out via my sign.  At the moment, I’m leaning towards

Liberty is my Birthright Too


because I see this as a matter of basic citizenship.  But mine is not the only valid point of view, and so I look forward to seeing other people’s signs reflecting their take on the issue.  Together, we will present a well-rounded response to this American disaster that, ideally, virtually anyone can look at and identify with at least in part.

So, what will your sign say?

Cross-posted at Blue Mass Group (more…)

Laurel Ramseyer

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