Way to go, almost guest blogger! We couldn’t figure out how to add a guest blog post but maybe we triggered the start of a new blog. Regardless, we would like to see Mayor Salinas sign the “Freedom to Marry” pledge. Maybe he doesn’t know it exists? Maybe this is his chance to represent his entire constituency?

Philanthropic Misanthrope

Hi folks! I’m a former editor in unemployment limbo who enjoys writing about my life, human rights, the environment, and all things media. I’m pretty obsessed with media, actually. And copy editing — but I won’t bore with the details.

A few days ago, a link to a petition in my Facebook newsfeed from Equality Texas caught my eye.

Especially since it included this intriguing pic:

The red X is significant because Salinas is a mayor of one of the 10 largest cities in Texas who does not support marriage equality for same-sex couples. No surprise there, considering the city’s fiscally liberal/socially conservative track record, but I’d love to see reasonable, tolerant and compassionate people prevail.

The petition asks citizens who have a red-X’ed mayor on the list to ask them to sign the pledge, which in part says:

As mayors of great American cities, we proudly stand together in…

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2 Responses to

  1. worthy cause aside why would you want this glorified ribbon cutter to sign anything being he left his wife for a hoochie! *pfft*

  2. I was curious and just found out that same-sex marriage is legal nationwide in Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, and Sweden. In Spain, same-sex marriage has been legal since 2005. I only just now learned that same-sex marriages are performed only in Mexico City but they’re recognized as legal in all Mexican states and by Mexico’s federal government. Now 7 states in the USA have legalized same-sex marriage. I think that all laws preventing gays from marrying should be dumped just like our last law against INTERRACIAL marriage FINALLY bit the dust in 1967.

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