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“Last week I thought that this would be the end of the hatred (on both sides) that I had been witness to over the weeks leading up to the plebiscite”. In an editorial last Thursday, Border Post manager Samantha Wantling shared her thoughts on the same-sex marriage vote and it sparked some passionate response.
WELL written. The sad thing is they now want to pass the legislation and talk about the freedom of speech and conscience objection due to religious beliefs later. Putting the horse before the cart really after being promised that these matters would be discussed and agreed upon at the same time throughout the entire plebiscite campaign. Before, they told us not to worry, but now... I’m concerned! — Jeremy Greening IT’S amusing watching conservatives cry persecution because they can no longer persecute a minority that over centuries has endured more than enough. Pick up your bat and go home. You lost. — Matthew Lee EVERYONE had a right to vote yes or no and should not be targeted for their vote. — Rikki-lee Chislett WHAT gets me is gay couples have been living together for years without affecting one other person outside their relationship. All they want is the right to be legally recognised as a partner without the mountains of red tape if something was to happen to the person they love. — Char James