Obama player joins Ohio same-sex marriage effort

A key player in President Barack Obama's re-election campaign in Ohio has joined the effort to overturn the state's 2004 ban on same-sex marriage.
Associated Press
Feb 19, 2013

The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer (http://bit.ly/XJriGb ) reports that Greg Schulz has joined the executive committee of FreedomOhio, a group seeking a reversal of the ban.

Schulz previously served as state director of Obama for America in Ohio.

He told the newspaper a petition drive that began last year could place a constitutional amendment on the ballot later this year or in 2014. The measure seeks to overturn the 2004 constitutional amendment that banned gay marriage. It was supported by 62 percent of Ohio voters at the time.

The FreedomOhio amendment would not require churches and other religious institutions to perform or recognize a marriage.




@ meowmix:


"If" he were 65????

Lotta "ifs."

"If" he ain't, you get $255.00 to help bury his butt until you become eligible. Nice Ponzi scheme eh?

Buy some life ins. for the donut hole. Only a fool depends on "ifs."

The last I read, only 22% of Fortune 500 cos. offer retiree health ins. Most sm. employers can't afford it.



I don't care if a person is gay, its their choice. I just don't want to have to explain it to my kids when their sucking face in public.