The marriage amendment is written that if we vote “yes” then we support “one man, one woman” marriages. But if we are undecided and don’t vote at all, we are saying “no” and we don’t support one man, one woman marriages. That is a definite win for the gay marriages. What a setup!
The amendment could have been written, “Do you support gay marriages?” Then if they are undecided and choose not to vote it would be a “yes” vote for “one man, one woman” marriages.
But what would have been totally fair is that: If you don’t vote it doesn’t count for either side!
Carolyn Warren, Dalbo