Sunday, June 23, 2013


This week, the U.S. SUPREME COURT will make a decision for or against DOMA (DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT, and PROPOSITION 8) laws banning same sex marriage regarding the fight for marriage equality.

As many proponents of marriage equality have testified, we ask ITP V.013 readers to support the legalization of marriage equality, and also over turn state laws banning same sex marriage including prop 8.

The RED BANNER above: POST it to your FACEBOOK, TWITTER, MYSPACE and BLOG PROFILES, the fight for marriage equality is an important and historic moment in U.S. and world history.

Keep in mind Scotus struck down a voter law stating one has to prove to be a U.S. citizen to vote in Arizona. LMAO. How many illegal immigrants are in Arizona? However, will the voting Rights Act of 1965 stand down south in the USA? The irony between Arizona and the South of the USA.
My opinion on the biggest SCOTUS/U.S. Supreme Court cases due this week.:
1-YES-I'm for Affirmative Action but quotas don't work, check statistics regarding minority turnover, and work for  stability and a bully free environment for all. 
2-YES-I'm for the voter rights act of 1965, MLK Jr. and the NAACP worked hard on that. Update it as we all know if the south (USA) had their way. :SHAKES HEAD: However, America has progressed and not regressed. Opponents  of the certain sections of the 1965 VOTING RIGHTS ACT state that it is unconstitutional for only Southern U.S. states to ask Federal permission regarding any changes to said law as this should apply to all voting disctricts

and states....Don't change it, (VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965) and apply it to every state in the USA. Thanks for the AD-VICE Southern USA.  
3-NO-End DOMA and PROP 8 and END discrimination against gays. 
My prediction, I hope 1 and 2 are voted YES.

Here's on , junk case:

POINT OF  REFERENCE: (We'll keep our VOTING RIGHTS and thank you MLK JR, NAACP and "Sister ROSA"):
Another key part of the Voting Rights Act wasn’t under consideration in February: Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibits voting practices or procedures that discriminate on the basis of race, color, or membership in a minority group.


Today, I am changing my profile picture to symbolize my support for marriage equality. The U.S. Supreme Court will rule, perhaps as early as tomorrow morning, on a pair of cases that could determine the legal status of millions of couples across the nation--including Brad and me.

No matter the outcome, it will be the court of public opinion that matters most, for marriage is also about the public affirmation of a couple's love and commitment to each other. I invite all my fans on this page, especially our straight friends and allies, to stand with Brad and me at this historic moment by changing their profiles as well pending the issuance of the decisions. Let us send a powerful message of hope and equality; let it ring out, loud and clear.


The Supreme Court could rule any day now on Prop. 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act and, as the anticipation builds, we want to be ready.
That means it's time to turn the Internet red again in support of marriage equality – starting right now, today. And I'm counting on you to help. When the red equality logo went viral in March, almost 3 million more people than average changed their pictures – in one day! Millions more saw the logo and learned about our fight. This time, we can go bigger and bolder.
We've just launched a new smartphone app that makes it incredibly simple to change your profile picture and personalize with our red logo on your favorite social networks. Download the FREE app today via iTunes or Google Play, and help show that America is ready for equality. Then make sure you leave it up until the Court hands down its decision.

And if you don’t have a smartphone, you can easily “go red” on Facebook or Twitter with our website app or Facebook app.
The sea of red equality logos we created together was a symbol of a turning tide. We heard moving accounts about how something as easy as switching a profile picture was helping move equality forward. It showed a closeted high school student that his mother accepts him for who he is. It enabled a businessman to finally come out to his friends and family. And it gave millions of fair-minded Americans the surest sign yet that standing on the right side of history isn't just for those who identify as LGBT.
Simply put, the red logo says: Equality is everyone's fight.
Thanks for your support as we eagerly wait for the Court's rulings.

Chad Griffin
P.S. To be the first to know when the Supreme Court's ruling comes down, join HRC's Mobile Action Network by texting the word MARRIAGE to 30644. Also, we'll be holding a national town-hall conference call after the decisions to talk about the next chapter of this movement – click here for details on how to join.

Thanks-Stay Metal, Stay Brutal-\m/ -l-