The time has come to make marriage equality a reality for everyone!
  • Petitioned President Barack Obama

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President Barack Obama

The time has come to make marriage equality a reality for everyone!

    1. David Taylor
    2. Petition by

      David Taylor

      Kaysville, United States

For too long the state government's have dictated GLBT rights. Civil Rights should NOT be left in the hands of the state. The time has come for the Federal Government to make marriage equality a reality for ALL citizens of the United States. For too long we have been called second class, deviate citizens. We work, pay the same taxes and obey the same laws as everyone else. Our rights should not be determined by those who use God's name in vein to promote hatred and fear. It is time for the Federal Government to take up the call! President Obama, you've already made so many marks in history... we're asking you to make another... make marriage equality a reality! Not in ten years, NOW!

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    • Michelle Hinojosa SALT LAKE CITY, UT
      • almost 2 years ago

      Above all is love.

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    • Gina Kelly RED LION, PA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Hi! I am so honored to be a part of ths petition, Please listen to us. My name is Gina. My partner and I have been together for 14 years and have been blessed to adopt a child. At this time without the equality, and rights that have been given to heterosexual couples,It prevents us as parents, as a couple to secure our place in this world. ie: health insurance, life insurance, advanced directives, and the God given right. Please hear us. Gina Kelly

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    • Donna Hively BARRY, IL
      • almost 2 years ago

      This is important to me because my cousin and his husband deserve to have the same rights as anyone else. They are a committed couple with a beautiful family. My personal connection is through my cousin. However, my mind told long before the that sexuality is not a choice and that they are just people who love. It is wrong to discriminate based on a characteristic they were born with. This is the United States of America and we don't need to single people out for thier differences but embrace their individuality and be whatt we all want to be. Happy Americans.

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    • Jeff Evans MEADOW VISTA, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      My 2008 California marriage is still not recognized by the USA.

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    • calvin sullivan PLANO, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

      because this is not a theocracy, either legalize this or provide proof as to why scientifically this should not be allowed

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