Should Ohioans repeal ban on gay marriage?

Columbus Dispatch
By  Phil Burress
Citizens for Community Values Friday October 26, 2012 5:35 AM

It’s no secret that there is an organized plan to legalize same-sex marriage in all of America. Here in Ohio, we saw the plan intensify early this year when petitions began circulating to repeal Ohio’s marriage amendment on the 2013 ballot. Then the mayors of Cincinnati, Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo and other liberal cities came out in favor of same-sex marriage.

We saw the all-out war to defeat the marriage amendment in North Carolina last May, when same-sex-marriage advocates spent millions of dollars for the cause. On May 9, the day after 61 percent of the state voted to protect marriage, President Barack Obama confirmed his official support of same-sex marriage. The big announcement was supposed to follow the defeat of North Carolina’s marriage amendment; instead, it rang hollow, with no evidence of changing times.

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