I know that a website, and/or a blog is something that both Mia and I have been considering. One of my greatest challenges in this is to take my emotion out of the issue as much as possible, as many of our opponents have not, using fear and panic to incite support and dissention; my other big challenge/absolute is that even though the opponents don't, the supporters DO need to keep religion out of it when talking constitutional amendments. That will hopefully, be their down fall. By accusing judges of being "activist" (which to me is not a bad thing!) they are speaking from their values and supposed morals rather than from a legal, constitutional perspective. I am sure that they do not expect us to be calm and well educated in the issue and in our demeanor.
I believe that allies are a big source of support for us as well, gain support on that end in addition to the LGBTQ community.
Progo, thank you so much for that perspective, because with Mass and with Arizona, history is definitely on our side. And hippie, I will let you know what help we may need. I have NEVER done anything like this before, so I am not sure yet what I will need, except ideas and lots of support. The web definitely can be used to our advantage however. It seems like we have time on our side, but we really don't, the clock is ticking. I do need to secure a copy of the proposed amendment as well to get really educated about that.
Someone told me once that I would make a great lawyer, if I hadn't been a social worker. And I did think about it. So I will be tapping into those skill areas.