The political decision on marriage made in North Carolina shortly will have aftershocks throughout the nation.
The political upheaval in North Carolina will crest on May 8th. That date is for the Republican primary, and on that date NC will decide if marriage is only between one woman and one man. A relationship envisioned when marriage was originally ordained.
North Carolina will be in the spotlight shortly, and many believe the way NC votes will determine the direction of the country on marriage. Six states have legalized gay marriage, and two more have authorized them, but have not yet issued licenses.
Many privileges exist for all who meet special requirements: voters, airline pilots, professional sports figures, police, firemen, Navy SEALs, etc., etc… There always have been special requirements for certain occupations. In marriage, the requirement has always been one woman, one man. But things began to change about 20 years ago.
So many want to change those requirements for marriage. At least differently than stated by the dictionary Thorndike –Barnhart [
Amendment 1 would solidify traditional marriage as the only domestic legal union recognized by NC. Recently, law school professors at
On 4/20, there was a crowd rally in downtown Raleigh, NC. At least 3000 people from churches and Christian schools were bussed to the Halifax Mall. The Rev. Ron Baity (President, Return America), reiterated the group had held 3 other rallies previously at that same mall. In those rallies, they begged for a referendum from lawmakers on Amendment 1.
Raleigh resident, Christian speaker, and referendum supporter email@example.com.