"I can put up with a lot from the government like higher taxes and while I don't like it, pushing God out of public schools, but letting a small number of business and government elites and judges define what marriage is for Minnesotans doesn't seem very fair and doesn't make a lot of sense. Politicians have said they will try to redefine marriage at their earliest opportunity, even next year, if the marriage amendment doesn't pass. Our culture today of moral relativism attacks marriage and a lot of our Catholic values, but marriage is a foundation of our society and it's definitely something worth fighting for, my marriage and the institution of marriage itself. A lot of people say, live and let live, let everybody do what they want, but this is too important of an issue to do that on. We need to fight and preserve it, for our sake for our children's sake. The state should have laws to protect marriage. I don't think it's their place to redefine it. I believe this is God's will, to stand up and fight for one of the gifts he blessed us with."