Tuesday, October 07, 2008

No On Prop 8 Stuff

Just posting this because somebody posted a heads up on a thread way back on Prop 8. Nobody's likely to go back that far to see it and there's been a number of people around the state inquiring as to where to get NO on Prop 8 stuff. This store has buttons, stickers, signs and clothing emblazoned with the No on Prop 8 logo.

14 Comments:

At 3:57 PM, Blogger "Bob" said...

I'm told they have a bunch of No on 8 stuff, lawn signs stickers etc. at Aunty Mo's in Eureka, which is unofficial No-8 headquarters. And I don't think you have to pay...

 
At 6:08 PM, Blogger Fred said...

I've mentioned before here that Auty Mo's has the signs, along with some other places. Problem is, I get the impression some other counties don't have distribution centers. This new link should take care of that problem, despite it being a bit late.

 
At 4:20 AM, Anonymous Bill said...

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Do you support eliminating same-sex couples right to marry?

YES - 47%
NO - 42%

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Californians, vote NO on proposition 8.
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At 7:01 AM, Blogger Fred said...

Interesting thing is, I don't know that I've seen one Yes on Prop 8 sign anywhere. They've certainly started some YES TV ads and there's been some letters to the editor, but no signs.

I think it's fairly clear most people don't want to be seen as supporting Prop 8, even if they do. How many support it remains to be seen. While I've seen some polls over the years be remarkably accurate, others have been way off.

 
At 7:59 AM, Blogger Kristabel said...

I saw a Yes on Prop 8 sign yesterday in front of a house on the road to Ferndale. It's the only one I've seen.

 
At 9:33 AM, Blogger Carol said...

I saw the same sign that Kristabel mentioned with the repub. prez sign, too. The house with the "two fellows" dolls.

Where is Auntie Mo's?

 
At 9:41 AM, Blogger Fred said...

Auntie Mo's is on 5th Street in Eureka. I can't find it in the phone book but I believe the street number was something like 525. That would put it around E or F Street.

Main problem with getting signs there is they open at something like 4 or 5pm so people can't just stop by whenever they feel like it.

 
At 10:03 AM, Blogger mresquan said...

Carol,Auntie Mo's is in the spot where Club West once sat.
We are fairly bigot free here,so you won't find to much support,but head east or into SoCal and you may find much more support.

 
At 10:08 AM, Blogger Fred said...

It will be interesting to see how the vote turns out by county.

 
At 1:29 PM, Blogger Carol said...

Just got back from a trip to Eureka. This morning some one put a Yes sign up on North Main in Fortuna. Driving through the Eureka golf course, I saw an elderly man putting his up. There were both Yes and No signs on my trip up F to Buhne.

It is all so silly. I hope there is a resounding NO on 8 come November 4.

 
At 4:17 PM, Anonymous me said...

In Eureka, drive down S/West street toward 101 and you'll see quite a few Yes on 8 signs. There was even one handmade sign (with "restore marriage" on it...wth?!) for awhile, until it was replaced with one of the official signs.

There was someone outside the Co-op today who had No on 8 signs and such available; I've seen him there before, too, but I don't know how long he is there during the day or on which days.

 
At 7:59 AM, Blogger Carol said...

Thanks. I'll check out the co-op on my way back through Eureka.

 
At 8:07 AM, Blogger design_guy2k said...

The official No on Prop 8 site is out of yard signs, but you can get some (of a different design) at http://www.defendequalitynow.com - all proceeds go to No on prop 8!

 
At 11:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think they chose the wrong battle; I would have voted yes on a proposition allowing same sex couples the same rights and obligations under law as is afforded to heterosexual couples, as I feel this would not have an impact on my religion or be contrary to my religious views.

For all those that don't understand; Christians view this as the next step before homosexuals will be able to sue religions which if successful would open the door to allow government the ability to legislate and/or regulate religion which is a direct affront to our Constitutional rights as given us by the 1st Amendment which reads in part: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...

I will vote Yes on 8.

 

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