Short on cash, the Prop 8 campaign tries extortion.


"Were you to elect not to donate comparably, it would be a clear indication that you are in opposition to traditional marriage. You would leave us no other reasonable assumption. The names of any companies and organizations that choose not to donate in like manner to ProtectMarriage.com but have given to Equality California will be published."
View the actual letter here: Protectmarriage.com 'threat letter' PDF

Calitics: Yes on 8 Campaign Blackmails No on 8 Donors

The Liberal OC: Prop 8 Campaign Threatens Business Leaders

Pam's House Blend: Yes on 8 sends blackmail letters

Daily Kos: Yes on Prop 8 Accused of Blackmail

OpenLeft: Mormon Conservatives Threaten Progressive Donors over Gay Marriage

CBS 8: Threatening Letters Spark New Prop 8 Controversy

Lavender Newswire:
Q. What’s the Difference Between the Yes on Proposition 8 Campaign and the Mafia?

A. The Mafia has a code of honor.
AP: Calif. gay marriage ban backers target businesses:
Sonja Eddings Brown, a ProtectMarriage.com spokeswoman, estimated that 36 companies were targeted for the letter and said those that do not respond with a contribution would be highlighted in a press release and on the campaign Web site.


And from the No on 8 campaign: Prop 8 Campaign Threatens Business Leaders

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Reuven said...

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