The margin on the constitutional amendment to define marriage in Missouri as one man and one woman was even wider than expected:
Early returns showed the ban winning by a ratio of more than 2-to-1. Missouri’s vote on the amendment has attracted nationwide interest from people on both sides of the issue. The state is the first to vote on the matter this election season, with seven set to follow suit by November.
The wide margin may be especially noteworthy given that the Democrats outnumbered the Republicans at the polls Tuesday, as a result of the hotly contested Democratic gubernatorial primary.
This shows just how far out of touch the proponents of homosexual marriage really are: Out here in the heartland, even the party that promises gays “a mom in the White House” doesn’t want gay marriage!