Thursday, June 25, 2009

2010 Census Won't Count Same Sex Marriages

And it will change survey responses

Plans for the 2010 Census are currently underway, and a great deal of controversy surrounds the matter. Since we know that the Obama administration has already taken a distressing, anti-human rights stance against the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), is it any surprise that come the 2010 Census, same-sex married couples aren’t going to be counted? Perhaps if they became anti-payday loan, anti-cash advance advocates, then Obama would come forward and say we should recognized them…

As it stands now, the United States Government wants gay and lesbian couples to be invisible. If this is not what they desire, they should speak now.

We live together

Heather Gilligan writes that Iowa, Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire all voted in favor of same-sex marriage, despite the colossal failing on the part of Californians. One might say that only liberal-dominant states support these unions, but research indicates that just isn’t true. The Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law has conducted studies that indicate that Mississippi, for instance, has “the largest number of same-sex couples with children.” Furthermore, “registered same-sex couples live in just about every county in the U.S.” According to Gilligan, researchers discovered that 99.3 percent of counties in the United States have households head ed by same-sex couples. ... click here to read the rest of the article titled "2010 Census Won't Count Same Sex Marriages"

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