You can't be neutral on marriagement amendment vote
A vote in support of the marriage amendment to the Minnesota Constitution is a vote against the rewriting of the dictionary.
If some choose a lifestyle which is different, please do not force others to call it marriage. If they can't accept the term "civil union," let them create their own word, because "marriage" is already taken.
If you vote "yes," please understand that neither you nor your children are responsible for causing the embarrassment of innocent children because of a situation which they did not create. The guardians of these children undoubtedly love them very much, even though they have placed these children in a difficult situation which will not be improved by rewriting the dictionary.
If you vote in the upcoming election, remember that you cannot be neutral. Your failure to mark "yes" or "no" will be counted as a "no" vote.
Your non-vote will cancel another voter's yes vote. Doesn't seem fair, but it's the law.