Obama for President

Obama for President

No on all but sick kids, needy vets, helpless animals and political reform

10/30/2008

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If anyone needs to know anything about the candidates and propositions on Tuesday’s ballot, check out our special election package of stories and letters to the editor in our print and online editions. Only a handful of issues were not included in the coverage. That’s because there are some things that demand compassion without question, and they include sick children, needy veterans and helpless animals. Everything that needed to be said about everything else has been amply articulated. It is now time to vote. Here’s how:

PRESIDENT
Barack Obama

US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
29th District — Adam Schiff
26th District — Russ Warner

STATE ASSEMBLY
44th Assembly District — Anthony Portantino

STATE SENATE
21st Senatorial District — Carol Liu

Measure R: Traffic Relief/Rail Extensions — NO

Measure TT: Pasadena School Improvement Bond — NO

Measure SP: South Pasadena Amended Redevelopment Plan for Downtown Revitalization — NO

Proposition 1: High-Speed Rail Bond — NO

Proposition 2: Standards for Confining Farm Animals — YES

Proposition 3: Children’s Hospital Bond Act — YES

Proposition 4: Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of a Minor’s Pregnancy (Constitutional Amendment) — NO

Proposition 5: Nonviolent Drug Offenses, Sentencing, Parole and Rehabilitation — YES

Proposition 6: Police and Law Enforcement Funding, Criminal Penalties and Laws — NO

Proposition 7: Renewable Energy Generation — NO

Proposition 8: Eliminates Rights of Same-Sex Couples to Marry (Constitutional Amendment) — NO

Proposition 9: Criminal Justice System. Victim’s Rights. Parole (Constitutional Amendment) — NO

Proposition 10: Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Renewable Energy Bonds — NO

Proposition 11: Redistricting (Constitutional Amendment) — YES

Proposition 12: Veterans Bond Act — YES

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My friend witnessed a security guard vandalizing a No on Prop 8 poster on Pasadena Art Center campus. He couldn't get his camera out on time to video tape the action, but did take a picture of the poster (http://i428.photobucket.com/albums/qq8/k...). He reported the incident to the head of the security on campus. Sadly they did not take it seriously, even it was committed by a security guard. Note that the security guard appears to be strongly opposed to male same sex marriage but gets turned on by the idea of a lesbian couple. I despise these perverted people who claim that they are morally righteous beings!!

posted by kenlei on 11/03/08 @ 08:24 p.m.
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