I’m heartened by the response to this.
People are not as apathetic, resigned or self-absorbed as I had imagined.
Let’s hope it translates into voter action come November, all the way down the ticket.
It was a nice thing to see and experience.
The reaction IMO was more of a “don’t you tell ME what I have to believe in” than a rejection of SSM.
While many if not most in CFA oppose SSM, there were lots there who just don’t want to be told by gov’t what’s ok to think/believe. That’s a bit of a different line but the line, whatever it was, was definitely crossed by the SSM crowd.
Accept SSM, that’s pushing it... but requiring us to approve it? No effing way.