It’s Not Too Late for No On 8

As my dearest, loyal readers know, I am broke. But really, I got $5 bucks. You prolly have $5 bucks too. Or maybe, hey, maybe you have a fifty. Sweet.

Anyway, the No on 8 Campaign really needs a boost right now.

Donate here.

I choose to donate in the name of the late Harvey Milk, but you could donate in the name of whomever you like…it’s fun! $5 bucks for love. Just a little love.

It seriously took me less than 60 seconds. And pow! Good feelings!

And, duh, don’t forget to vote NO on November 4th.


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3 Responses to “It’s Not Too Late for No On 8”

  1. sflovestory Says:

    Anonymous has pledged in the name of Harvey Milk.
    Monsieur has pledged!
    Jack has pledged!

    Let me know you put your monies where your mouth is and we’ll add your name here too. Because I like to. Celebrate. People who care. And all that.

  2. sarahespencer Says:

    I have read through your blog (nice header by the way) and I can see this is an important issue for you. There is a great online debate going on at

    and I think you should add some strong points to get visibility on the issue, and for your writing. Let me know what you think…

  3. johnbisceglia Says:

    Of course vote NO on PROP 8, PLEASE, but it is a sickening, disgusting vote in the first place.

    Imagine a heterosexual man sitting back peacefully as society voted on whether he, his wife, and his children deserved the rights and protections of civil marriage. What would HE think of PROP 8 in CA? Would he even THINK of opening up his wallet to fund a PR drive to gain a chance to “win” this civil right? O would it be “Live Free or Die”?

    Yet we (the gay community), and our allies have agreed – AGREED – to hash out this “debate” with a public PROP 8 lottery (it’s not a debate…I KNOW I DESERVE MARRIAGE).

    Here’s my “NON-Debate for PROP 8” – It really doesn’t matter what others may “think” or “not think” at this point. La-la-la-la-la-la-la-laah… I will not pay an organization for Human Rights, Family Rights, Civil Rights, or Constitutional Rights. I will simply refuse to file my IRS tax returns until my FAMILY is equal under the law.


    * * *

    Hello John,

    Thank you for writing your view here. I empathize. Often I find myself questioning “Where is the ANGER?!” when it comes to these kinds of political “issues” which aren’t debatable, you’re right. The right to marry should be inalienable. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. If marriage isn’t a pursuit of happiness, I’m not sure what is…maybe divorce?

    Okay, see how I use humor there to deflect my own anger? Ugh, I sicken myself sometimes.

    But yeah, you can definitely join the millions of Americans who don’t pay their taxes for one reason or another. Some might call you anarchist. You might call yourself anarchist (I don’t think that’s a dirty word per se).

    And will that bring about change? I’m not sure. Certainly if enough people did it, we’d have to come up with another system for getting money to run things.

    Just thinking out loud here.

    Overall, yeah, I’m pissed that I “have” to donate to an NPO to fund a fight we shouldn’t be fighting. But I still want to win.


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