Supporters of Homosexuality Give $15,000-20,000 per day for No on 8 Campaign compared to $400,000 per day in contributions from Yes on 8 supporters. Expect voters to pass Prop. 8 by a 54-46% margin.
Campaign Contribution filings with the California Secretary of State reveal that supporters of Prop. 8, the California initiative to ban same-sex marriage in the California constitution. are beginning to overwhelm the homosexual contributers to the campaign to stop Prop. 8.
On average, nearly $400,000 per day is coming into the various Yes on Prop. 8 campaigns. It is estimated that members of the Mormon Church have agreed to contribute $10-15 million dollars to the campaign, which would explain the enormous number of large individual contributions that are flooding the Yes on Prop. 8 offices. With one million voting Mormons in California, the Yes on Prop. 8 campaign is guaranteed to get 20-25% of the votes needed to pass Prop. 8 on Nov. 4th from followers of the Mormon religion.
Count on the growing trend by moderate Democrats and Independets towards supporting the McCain-Palin ticket to have a positive impact on helping pass Prop. 8. Those that vote for the Republican ticket are going to support Prop. 8.
Millions of dollars has also been promised from the Catholic Church and its followers for passage of Prop. 8. Already the Knight of Columbus, which is one of the charity ministries within the Catholic Church, has contributed in excess of $1 million to the Yes on Prop. 8 campaign. Traditional Values Catholics make up an estimated 15% of the voting population in California. An additional 10% or more of moderate Catholics who tend to vote Democrat, will break ranks with their party and will support the Catholic Church's order to support Prop. 8.
Over 15,000 Evangelical volunteers are giving up their summer and fall vacations to help pass the Prop. 8 campaign. These volunteers are already on the move and are out in neighborhoods across California talking to moms and dads, husbands, wives, teachers, union members, Democrats, Republicans, Independents and others about the need to pass Prop. 8.
Over 2,000 California pastors have signed up to fight for the passage of Prop. 8. Expect nearly 50,000 evangelical churches throughout California to bring the Yes on Prop. 8 message to their neighborhoods in the biggest grassroots church effort in California history. Most Christians view this battle over gay marriage in California to be a declaration of war against Christianity and a war mentality is beginning to grip the hearts and minds of most Christians in California in ways not seen since the civil rights movement of the 1960's.
It is clear that this is the biggest grassroots movement in the history of California when it comes to fighting for the passage of a state wide proposition. This is even bigger than when Californias got fired up to pass Prop. 13, the property tax amendment.
On the other side of the fence, the gay advocates against Prop. 8 are equally fired up, but are not even remotely close when it comes to the Yes on Prop. 8 side and giving of money. Perhaps, $15-20 thousand dollars per day is coming in on the No on Prop. 8 side. Homosexuals, lesbians and transvestites usually never give much money when it comes to politics. They simply want the government to come in and force the gay agenda on society for them, without them paying a price for such sexual benefits.
At the end of the day, coming November 4, 2008 expect California to pass Prop. 8 by a 54-46% margin.
There is a recent event which gives a clear picture of where Californians are really at when it comes to forcing an unwanted legal action on the voting population. Californians are very giving when it comes to allowing people to do what they want, good or bad, in the privacy of their own homes. But when the courts and the government come in and force a behavior or a law on voters that citizens simply do not want or the government forces them to accept something that violates their faith, then voters will take action at the polls to rectify such dictatorical actions on the part of the government. And it is clear that homosexual advocates plan to sue churches to force them to hire homosexuals as pastors, Sunday School teachers and to marry them in church sanctuaries. Like the ACLU has done hundreds and hundreds of times, money hungry homosexual lawyers will sue churches to get money out of churches for not marrying homosexuals. Every pastor in California knows that this is coming and it has pastors and their congregations worried and angry.
It is worth noting that the California legislature would not allow a church exemption to be put in the homosexual addition to the the Unruh act. This was a clear indication two years ago when this law came down that the liberal, anti-christian forces in the California Legislature were laying the groundwork for future lawsuits against churches once gay marriage was sanctioned by the California Supreme Court. It was a dirty plan and Prop. 8 is the only solution to such unconstitutional acts by California's anti-christian, pro-gay government.
This recent event worth scutinizing is the battle over the Mt. Soledad Cross.
I was involved for several years in that battle and we ultimately prevailed. Despite the fact that gays, Democrats and atheists were determined to see the cross removed atop Mt. Soledad (the gay Democratic Club endorsed a no vote on saving the cross, as did the Democratic Party), voters in San Diego voted 76% - 24% to save the Mt. Soledad Cross and turn it over to the Federal government. This means Republicans, Democrats, Independents, every group across the board, were so insulted in the tyranny of a federal judge and the liberals on the San Diego City Council who were determined to removed the cross, that they revolted and saved the cross on election day. That cross is still there despite its enemies.
The same type of energy and anger is moving throughout the state of California in support of the Prop. 8 campaign. Voters of all types are angry that four activist judges on the California Supreme Court decided to legislate from the bench rather than upholding the will of 61% of California voters who voted in 2000 to pass Prop. 22, the law which makes marriage in California a covenant relationship between one man and one woman.
Those who decided to engage in homosexuality and lesbianism and then force their ideas of playing house on the vast majority of Californians who voted for Prop. 22 thanks to an unconstitutional ruling by four activist judges, have now angered the voters of California in the same way that 76% of San Diegans were angered when one federal judged attempted to tear down the Mt. Soledad Cross.
Evidence that multiple millions upon millions of dollars are flowing into the Yes on Prop. 8 coffers demonstrates that many voters who typically are quiet on the gay agenda issue are finally coming out of hiding to engage the culture on something as fundamental as passing a constitutional amendment that will protect the reality of what marriage really is: a covenant between one man and one woman. These pro-marriage voters are determined to save the historical significance of marriage from those who really want to do away with marriage and family altogether via their efforts to create a catstrophic society overrun with sexual anarchy and an oppresive government that holds the pieces of society together after such anarchists destroy it.
You can review the contributions to Prop. 8 by going to the California Secretary of State website: