Alex Blaze

One Iowa's new marriage ad

Filed By Alex Blaze | April 22, 2009 5:30 PM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Politics
Tags: gay marriage, iowa, LGBT, marriage, one iowa, religion, supreme court

One Iowa's running this ad statewide to support same-sex marriage. What do you all think?



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I like it but I'm not from Iowa.

but I have a bunch of inlaws who are. I will send it to them and see what they think.

my guess? they'll be annoyed it's an issue anymore.

as one said to me, we're conservative. not stupid.

Angela Brightfeather | April 22, 2009 9:09 PM

I like it so much that hedre in NC where we may be facing a consitutional amendment fight shortly, it would be nice to get the producer and writer here to do the same thing.

We cannot and maybe should not fight the fact that as most states are geographicly different,they are different in other ways also thagt is connected with their history, traditions, population make up, etc. But the one thing that they all seem to have in common is the typical desire to be respected and to define their own freedoms. Appealing to the better nature and fairness of everyone in every state before issues become contentious, is usually the best way to keep respect for everyone the primary agenda.

Bravo! And establishes a preemption against people who might like to try and change the state constitution.

I like the dramatic difference between the NOM ad and this one. It really paints the portrait between the dark scary NOM folks and the bright sunny equality supporters.

My Grandfather's people are from "Our Town", Elkader. Bless them every One!

(Makes me almost ashamed to be a Californian...)