In Calif opponents of gay marriage are asking to be allowed to be anonymous to protect themselves from any harrassment.
Do you think this should be allowed?
Personally I think the people have the right to know and be able to support or boycott businesses that disagree with them. I also think anyone who breaks the law, as in making threats or causing personal/property damage should be prosecuted to the full extent.
Answer by Friday at 12:47 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by ny.chica at 12:51 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by Ginger0104 at 12:53 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by Anonymous at 12:55 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
No, I do not think that any candidate should have the right to have anonymous donations to a national or local campaign. I do think that a full disclosure of even members who donate to a group should also be listed. Some groups are created to mask who is really behind the donations. Every donor should be listed over a certain dollar amount. I'm not talking about Jane the Stay at Home Mom who donates a hundred bucks to her candidate. But something like donating over X amount and knowing how many times that donation was made would be helpful. To some extent that is what the law is....its just there are creative and sneaky loop holes that all sides dance around.
Answer by frogdawg at 1:05 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Don't care either way. My church has been tagged by gay activists because of Prop 8. We are not a political church and stayed out of this but we still were targeted. I can see why many groups want to stay anon. They will be tagged and get to watch lesbians make out in their parking lot like we get to on Sunday mornings. We have had rotten food throw at our cars and tires have been slashed. Yet we are the insensitve and intolerant ones. We did nothing but get harassed. Classy group.
Answer by Anonymous at 2:00 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by Fiveofakind2 at 2:04 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Answer by KC33 at 4:32 PM on Jan. 9, 2009
Next question overall
I'm 33 week and I have a cold can my baby be born with it?