Gay weddings coming to your state? Senate voting on repeal of 'one man, one woman' marriage

S. 598 now goes to the full Senate, where YOUR Senators can stop it dead in its tracks.

November 15, 2011

Late last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and force your state to recognize same-sex marriages from other states.

If passed by the full Senate, the so-called "Respect for Marriage Act" (S. 598) moves one step closer to repealing DOMA and giving federal recognition to two homosexuals who wish to be "married."

S. 598 shows anything but respect for the sanctity of marriage. Urge your Senators to stop this bill! 

The repercussions are enormous:

  • States laws protecting marriage as between "one man, one woman" will become null and void - including the 31 states who have voted on constitutional amendments.
     
  • The military will be thrown into complete chaos and disarray, as Department of Defense leaders try to figure out housing, benefits, and "same-sex spouse" sensitivity training regimens.
     
  • Churches will come under fire from radical homosexual activists. Ministers and churches will be sued for "religious discrimination" for refusing to perform or allow gay "marriages."
     
  • Public schools will be forced to indoctrinate our children, teaching them that homosexual marriage is both natural and acceptable.

S. 598 now goes to the full Senate, where YOUR Senators can stop it dead in its tracks. 

Last July, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said President Obama supports the bill to repeal DOMA. Carney replied: "I can tell you that the president has long called for a legislative repeal of the so-called Defense of Marriage Act...He is proud to support the Respect for Marriage Act...which would take DOMA off the books once and for all."

Take Action 

Email your senators today, without delay! Urge them to do everything within their power to protect marriage by voting AGAINST S. 598.

After sending your email, please call your senators personally. Ask for your senators by name when you call the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121.


Take Action Now  Email your senators today, without delay!