Maine's Senate has approved same-sex marriage (or what I call sodomite marriage) and sent the bill to the House where it is expected to pass as well.
According to OneNewsNow.com, "Based on a recent communication, there is every indication the governor will sign the bill. The senate also axed a proposal to send the issue to the ballot for the people to decide. Michael Heath is with Maine Family Policy Council. "They voted that down by 24 votes, so it was a very significant margin and effectively killed off the possibility that it will be voted on," he explains. Heath notes an alternative called the "People's Veto." In Maine, the people are recognized in the constitution as a co-equal branch of government, and they can take action. "Five citizens can take out a petition, and if they gather 60,000 signatures in 90 days, then there is automatically a statewide vote," he adds. "And if the vote goes in favor of the veto, then the law is repealed." The council needs to raise $100,000 to conduct the veto petition drive. Heath is confident it can be accomplished with enough volunteers, financial resources, and prayer."