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Maat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-13-08 02:36 PM
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70. I hear what you are saying.
If we all had equal amounts of money, then it would be fine to go out and 'argue in the public square,' so-to-speak. Unfortunately, those advocating equal protection of the law, and peace, for example, don't have tons of ad money so that they can inundate the public with ads on their conservative buddies' television and radio stations.

This will set California rights back 20 years (I'm thinking of the Prop. 8 initiative on the ballot out here), if passed, for example. It's not just a 'win some, lose some' thing. That is why feelings are so hot right now.
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