8.20.2008

PROP 8 ONESIES NOW ON SALE


Just in case you were wondering how to dress your kids when you go door to door in support of Proposition 8, I have created an online store where you can purchase the onesie pictured above. I didn't want the toddlers to feel left out, so there are shirts for them as well!


Plus, here's a fun and creative way to tell that "special someone" how you really feel about California politics!

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  3. Too hilarious.

    All political differences aside ... well done.

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  5. I hardly think commenting on a blog is "stalking", Leslie. Maybe talking about Fremont Street in Anaheim could be considered on the edge but then again, it's just public information.

    Just because you don't like what I'm saying (however true) is no reason for a Christian woman like yourself to lie about my intentions. I think that's a commandment or something.

    Having Prop 8. on my RSS feed brings me to a lot of different sites and sometimes I'm compelled to defend MY family from people who would use the law to harm us.

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  6. Cristin,

    You are the coolest thing since sliced bread! If I had a baby, I'd buy them a Prop 8 onesie! Maybe I will have to see about the thong!

    Karen

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  8. out of control...you are too funny.

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  9. Disgusting... one can only hope this was meant as a joke. But thanks for pointing out just how desperate the religious right is for attention... it's no surprise, considering that the polls aren't looking so good for the homophobes: More and more Californians are readily casting aside hatred and prejudice in favor of acceptance and love--for all citizens.

    For any one uses his or her child as a political ploy to deprive gays of their constitutional right to marry: I hope one day when your son marries his husband or wife, he tells you how ashamed he is that you were such a closed-minded homophobe, trying to push your values on others. The same goes for when your daughter marries her husband--or wife.

    God bless California for leading the way in gay rights and equal rights for all (as usual). I look forward to helping vote down the hateful and bigoted Prop. 8 this fall.

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  10. Well alot of Mormons have come to my door in the past.

    Apparently Leslie would prefer I didn't come to her's to explain what my rights under the constitution are.

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  11. Oh my, you're actually selling these?

    I thought this was a joke.

    If parents are actually dressing their children in these and you're actually turning a profit with this, that's pretty sad.

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  12. Chino - It's a joke... with money making potential. :)

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  13. So the constitutional rights of gay families are a joke and money makers to you.

    Sounds like every televangelist I've ever seen.

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  15. Scotty,
    Not a very happy person are we... can't even laugh at this one huh? You should go read the comments left by Nicky L, Arriane, and KenC in the earlier posts. They actually have mature comments that try to have an even keeled discussion. Every time you take a dig without making an intelligent comment, it discounts any further comments you make. And while you like to hunt down Leslie's address on the public record as a form of intimidation, I notice your the big man with the well filled out profile for yourself. Who's the one hiding here? Leslie, the wife of a Law Enforcement officer, who actually has something to fear if a former perp wants to hunt down her husband for revenge or Scott No-Name, from no-where CA who likes to get bent out of shape on every little comment made?

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  16. Alright! Chino has a sense of humor! :o)

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  17. You're playing with my rights, Erik, not the other way around.

    It isn't really a laughing matter to me or my family. I'm sorry you think it's funny but I don't.

    Now a "law enforcement officer" should know better than to plaster their names all over the internet.

    If a harmless queer like myself can google your address in less than 30 seconds based on one click to your profile, imagine what a determined criminal could do.

    I don't post my information online for a reason, it's stupid, especially when you and your church like to mess with other people's families.

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  18. come on lighten up. We in america are known for being able to laugh at our selves. I know alot of mormons get commented on but are able to laugh at it. If you can't laugh at a ment to be funny blog then you must not be secure in your own skin. I didn't read anythin in the blog that made fun of people with different lifestyles just a difference of belief. Where would the democrates and republicans be if they couldn't state thier differences. Lighten up and enjoy the humor.

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  19. Wow Cristin - it looks like Scott is really addicted to your website. LOL

    Love the online store idea.

    P.S. You can thank all the PROP 8 haters for helping you to make some extra money on the side.

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  20. the "prop 8 haters" shout get their revenge with something like "my anti 8 toddler can beat up you're yes on 8 toddler"

    hey if people will buy I say why not sell... its the American way :P

    LOL this is a hilarious response to negativity great sense of humor :P

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  21. So I was surfing around when I found this blog. I have to say that I love the work you are doing Cristin and Erik. It is good people like you that are giving California hope. I am amazed that our efforts have been twisted by people, with other opinions, to make it seem that we are on the attack. The ideals, of having a man and a woman in the sacred union of a marriage, is what has been attacked. For millenia marriage has been between man and woman. Unfortuneately, no matter how much we use arguments of logic, god, or any other evidence that this is the way marriage is intended to be, there will always be people who rebel and rufuse to accept the truth. Our mission is to protect the instituion of marriage from being defamed and degraded into a form, sinful in nature. We are all given free agency, and we all have a right to choose, but to forget the higher design of marriage and allow it to be reduced to a sinful union, without attempting to protect it, would be sin on our heads. I know the argument of separation of church and state, and there is no room for religious ideology in government. How far have we strayed by believing that this country was not founded on religous premisis. There are 10 great laws given to man by god. It is a demonstation of stupidity and ignorance to think that our laws are not based on those 10; or to think that they did not at least influence our laws.

    I respect other people's thoughts and opinions, and their right too. However, I do not respect the their sinful actions, which result in defiling the sanctity of marriage. I hope that we all show each other respect for our own opinions. I hope that the majority of voters see the divine side of Prop 8, and vote YES.

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  22. is this a real blog, or a fake one like seriouslysoblessed?

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  23. OMG Cristin! I'm so glad you are selling t-shirts! :) We made prop 22 shirts a few years ago, i'm so buying yours for bella n our fam for when we go door to door. :) Great job! :)

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  24. Just a heads up: Mike Huckabee recently gave an interview in which he holds Mitt Romney responsible for implementing gay marriage in Massachusetts.

    Video

    Welcome to the ProtectMarriage.com coalition.

    I wish that more rank and file members of the LDS (Mormon) church would realize: the anti-gay coalition they've joined in California is one that includes folks who - given the chance - would vote their church out of existence.

    Folks like Mike Huckabee and his Evangelical buddies.

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  25. Thanks for getting the hate movement started early, with babies and toddlers. It's very important for them to realize that they have the right to hate anyone they want, and that they can rewrite the constitution to withhold rights from all the people they hate.

    Good going, you so-called "American."

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  26. Welcome Barefoot. No hate here, you are welcome to live your life as you please, but we don't have to redefine the word "marriage" just because someone thinks we should. If I turn out to be in the minority, then I have to live with it, we live in democracry. I believe the way I do based on what I feel will be the best for society going forward. I don't teach my kids to hate people, but I do believe in teaching them to take a stand to work for defending what they beleive in. I don't fault you for doing the same, we just have a difference in opinions. That does not mean I hate anyone for their difference of opinion. The poeple you tear up my signs, and scream in my face demanding "tolerance" and acceptance are the folks full of hate.

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