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bluedawg12 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Nov-26-08 08:52 PM
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16. Statistics are nice, but only if they take us to the next step
which is beyond understanding who voted which way, or even why, but what do we do now?

There does not seem to be good dialog between the various gay groups in California -- I could be wrong-- but, this seems to pre-date PHate8.

I mention Ms. Cannick because she appears to be leader in her respective demographic. She was cited in a major newspaper, she has been on Faux ( of course they love division in the Progressive ranks)and she has a pretty articulate an active blog.

So now where do we go as a national gay movement and also as a local California movement?

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http://www.jasmynecannick.com/blog/?p=2864

"I am not going to say that Black gays dont care about marriagebut to the extent that it is important to us, I think we can organize ourselves. I am not of the mindset that we need outsiders to come in and develop our agenda and talking points for us."
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