Last week in Harrisonburg Virginia a story surfaced of a man who was fired from his job at Cargill for having the above message on the window of his truck. The link to the story is as follows and goes into more detail. The Marriage Amendment will be voted on this election in Virginia on November 7th and has become a hot issue at times. It supports the marriage between one woman and one man and has surfaced in many different forms in the area. Seems the "Progressives" have a problem with this amendment and in fact their candidate for Virginia Senate Jim Webb is against it. Many people have come out stating that it is in the Virginia Constitution already and does not need to be voted on. The problem here is that they fail to mention States like Mass who has had Liber Progressive Judges who have determined these laws to be un-contitutional and we now have Gay marriage in that state.
On RightsideVA I had a post about this issue http://rightsideva.blogspot.com/2006/09/how-to-vote-and-what-not-to-vote-for.html at which time I had an election official tell me that I did not need to vote for the marriage amendment because it was already law.
The Harrisonburg newspaper the Daily News Record had several articles on this issue.
"Padilla, 40, supports the marriage amendment. On his truck’s rear window he wrote, "Please, vote for marriage on Nov. 7."
Not that radical, not over the line, and seems to be a simple statement to me...