On NPR this morning they said that the majority of americans are in favor of homosexual marriage, but they finished up their report regarding it losing when brought to the voting booth. Basically they said one side is more passionate about it than the other.
Yeah. Go figure. People being polled have this, “sure, whatever” attitude and say it’s fine. But those who bother to vote have a little more understanding of the implications and vote it down.
One of the weaknesses of our system is that it gives people the ability to choose their candidate based on how many yard signs they see.
NPR seems to be kidding itself. If "the majority of Americans" are in favor of this evil, would that reflect at the ballot box? Redefining marriage to include the perversion of same-gender pairings would win overwhelmingly IF indeed such a majority supported it. The trouble with making such statements based on polls is that people can say anything to a polling survey to seem "tolerant" but deep down inside, they don't support this nonsense and the ballot box is a clear measure of that.