"If the amendment doesn't pass, it doesn't mean that same sex-marriage will become legal – it just means that the constitution won't be amended to specifically ban it."
We need to redefine the Amendment as the:
Marriage Discrimination Amendment
Voters need to understand why they are voting NO.
“The Marriage Discrimination Amendment”
We need to shift the conversation away from being about approval for gay marriage - because that's not what this vote is about, and those are much bigger battles to fight. Gay couples currently don't have equal rights, and either way, the vote on this proposed amendment unfortunately won't change this. This Vote asks Minnesotans to write in-equality into the constitution, and to carve to stone, discrimination into our state's most sacred document.
The constitution should not be limiting Minnesotans basic human rights. Additionally, to prevent voters from accidentally voting ‘YES’ we must start a trend of getting people to refer to the amendment as the “Marriage Discrimination Amendment,” so they know they are saying ‘NO’ discrimination.