Gov. Dayton called for the legalization of gay "marriage" in his State of the State address. He claims that the defeat of the Marriage Amendment means that Minnesotans want to legalize gay "marriage".
"Last year, Minnesotans began a conversation
about why marriage matters, and we found our common belief that it is
about love, commitment and responsibility. I want Minnesota to be a
state which affirms that freedom for one means freedom for everyone, and
where no one is told it is illegal to marry the person you love."
Seems that Gov. Dayton is out of step with most Minnesotans as a new KSTP/SurveyUSA poll reveals that Minnesotan's didn't vote to legalize gay "marriage".
"Should the Minnesota state law that defines marriage as between one man
and one woman be changed to allow same-sex couples to marry? Or should
it be left as it is?"
42% Should Be Changed
54% Should Be Left As It Is
4% Not Sure
Ask your friends: "Did you vote to legalize gay "marriage" or just didn't want it in the Constitution.