Re: Why MN?
I'm from MN and I cant figure out how that one passed except that if you chose not to mark you ballot at all it counted the same as a NO vote. In other words you had to specifically mark YES. I think that people that weren't informed enough to make a choice are the ones that decided the issue for us. It was the same for the Gay Marriage ammendment as well. I think its wrong. You can basically come up with any ammendment and put it on the same ballot as another highly contested race, all the attention will go to the candidates and the issue will be forgotten about and pass by default.
If all else fails, VOTE FROM THE ROOFTOPS
Trying to reform a liberal is like trying to pick up a turd from the clean end.
What this country needs is more family trees that will produce more lumber and fewer nuts!