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Prop 8 Protests Held Nationally – Pics from Salt Lake

Posted by ldsrecon on November 15, 2008

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The protest organized by a group call Join The Impact extended in the Utah and the Salt Lake City area.  New reporters for local news stations as well as sources feeding nation news were there.  Naturally with there were protest groups protesting the right of the gay and lesbian community to voice their disapproval of the passage of Proposition 8.  Here are some of the things they said on their protest signs.

Anti-gay protestors calling the homosexual community anti-species.

Anti-gay protesters calling the homosexual community anti-species.

Now that is tolerance for you!


2 Responses to “Prop 8 Protests Held Nationally – Pics from Salt Lake”

  1. Merle Shamblin said

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  2. ldsrecon said

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