National Marriage Day

 As the traditional definition of marriage fell in Parliament, Canadians became alarmed at the direction of the Liberal government of Jean Chretien at the time.

Approximately 8,000-10,000 Canadians showed up on Parliament Hill to voice their support for the traditional definition of marriage even though their own political representatives were voting against it.

Social Conservatives United was effectively born with this rally, as it was responsible in promoting helping to organize its success. (03.08)

In Summer of 2004, John helped organize the Count the Cost National Post Card Campaign in Defense of Traditional Marriage which culminated in presenting 75,000 post cards to Senator Anne Cools.

2 thoughts on “National Marriage Day

  1. A world of nice people, content in their own niceness and looking no further at empirical data can accept all manner of definitions for marriage.

    But of course when the data for unhealthy acts is looked at the consequences of these acts becomes apparent.

  2. After we have heard The Word, we continue to behave like nasty little humans who either do not believe, or cannot accurately remember what they heard of The Word. The fun really starts when we divide ourselves according to our personal assessments of the quality of the logic of God, as recorded by a stenographic pool that never made a mistake. This is going to continue to take a while and a lot more of us will die.

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