Time to think equal, maybe some inspiration to vote no on 8.

Maybe its time to think Equal! We get introduced to two characters from the Equality New Jersey advertising campaign about the pluses and minuses of Marriage and Civil Unions. This advertising campaign is similar to the Apple PC versus Macintosh campaign.

Next ad is about tax filing with our civil unionized woman versus our married woman.

Next one is about the differences in a social atmosphere, which is awkward when you try to explain the constructs of civil unions at a party.

Then lastly the fourth one is called counsel equal, where the two women visit a counselor to discuss their differences.

2 thoughts on “Time to think equal, maybe some inspiration to vote no on 8.”

  1. Hi Matt,

    The Irvine PR company that runs the “Yes on 8” media campaign is holding an Open House on:

    Thursday, August 14th, 2008
    5:30 p.m – 8:30 p.m.


    2020 Main Street
    Irvine, CA 92614

    All those opposed to Prop 8 are invited to attend and/or rally at 2020 Main on August 14th.

    Details here:


    Or here:


    And here:


    As a Republican, if you could RSVP Juliet@schubertflintpa.com and let her know you and/or some friends will be attending their Open House, I think it’d represent an excellent opportunity to interface directly with the folks running the campaign. The original invitation is here:


    I think they’re fair game, and I think you’ve got a fair case to make to your fellow Republicans. Why not do it in person?



  2. Hi, nice to see you on my blog. I go to work that day, I am not able to show up. However I have done my part by writing a letter to the editor around Feb 08 to discourage people to sign the initiative petition, and I will be planning to write another essay or letter on the Prop 8 situation as well.

    I am likely going to just support No on 8 and Yes on 11 and that is the only political action I am doing this year.

    Sadly, I think I am out of the Republican loop this election year. Even the moderates are closely afraid of the LGBT voter and are afraid to be supportive of equality. It makes me feel like I should of voted for Lou Sheldon employee Ben Lopez instead for AD61, id rather have a vocal homophobe than someone who is passively unfriendly.

    former nominee AD61 2002

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