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no pride in apartheid at the Pride parade!
Sunday June 28
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
join Bay Area IJAN tomorrow at the Pride parade!
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I sympathize but I do not wear black; I love the rainbow colors
Sunday Jun 28th, 2009 6:50 PM
I certainly sympathize with any opposition to the Zionists and I sympathize with the gay liberation movement. I DO NOT wear black if I can possibly avoid doing so as I do not like it AND ON A HOT DAY, WEARING BLACK WILL CERTAINLY MAKE YOU HOTTER! The bright rainbow colors that symoblize the gay movement, namely purple-blue-green-yellow-orange-red, are far better to wear in the hot sun and far more pleasing to the eye. White is of course the best to wear in the hot sun and is always pleasing to the eye. It was 90 degrees officially in San Francisco today, and on Market Street at noon, it was most likely 100 degrees as it is mostly cement. I have walked the gay parade on a 90 degree day when I was younger but cannot do that anymore. I do not support the funereal outlook of the black clothing mentality which seems to be increasing among the younger generation especially as they have no immediate future in this bankrupt society, and among uniformed employees in supermarkets and beauty salons. The next thing you know there will be tattoos required, an ugly, self-mutilating, always possible blood-poisoning inducing racket (making money for those who promote it) as I love my suntan and my good health, which always shows on one's skin. Cheer up because after all WE HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT OUR CHAINS AND WE HAVE A WORLD TO WIN! Instead of requiring uniforms, how but just encouraging support for your politics as that should be sufficient. HISTORY IS WITH US; WE SHALL WIN!
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500 Jews marched for Pride in San Francisco
by showing the colors
Friday Jul 3rd, 2009 3:17 PM
A contingent of local Jews marched for pride- it was one of the largest contingents in the parade- numbering over 500.
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the color of the rainbow
by Jerry Troy
Friday Jul 17th, 2009 1:35 AM
the will of the people
Proposition 8 places into the California Constitution the same language that voters already passed by 61% of the vote in 2000. This is necessary to overturn an outrageous California Supreme Court decision that overturned Proposition 22.
About Proposition 8
Proposition 8 is simple and straightforward. It contains the same 14 words that were previously approved in 2000 by over 61% of California voters: â€œOnly marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California.â€
Because four activist judges in San Francisco wrongly overturned the peopleâ€™s vote, we need to pass this measure as a constitutional amendment to restore the definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.
Voting YES on Proposition 8 does 3 simple things:
It restores the definition of marriage to what the vast majority of California voters already approved and what Californians agree should be supported, not undermined.
It overturns the outrageous decision of four activist Supreme Court judges who ignored the will of the people.
It protects our children from being taught in public schools that â€œsame-sex marriageâ€ is the same as traditional marriage, and prevents other consequences to Californians who will be forced to not just be tolerant of gay lifestyles, but face mandatory compliance regardless of their personal beliefs.
yes on prop 8 = yes to same-sex marriages
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