On the heels of success of the anti-gay marriage amendments in Florida, California, and Arizona, the Christian Coalition announces that it’s goal moving forward is to get amendments on the ballots in every state that has not already passed one:
Thus far, 30 states have outlawed homosexual “marriages” by an average close to 70% approval by voters through amendments to the state constitutions. In addition, the voters in Arkansas yesterday approved a measure banning unmarried couples from serving as adoptive or foster parents. It will be the goal of Christian Coalition to ensure that the other 20 states adopt similar amendments banning homosexual “marriages” including the states of Massachusetts and Connecticut which also had two judicial decisions, by one vote margins, legalizing these abominations.
Considering that the Christian Coalition hasn’t been particularly relevant for quite some time, it’s pretty clear that they think that hopping on the bandwagon in pushing these amendments will be a way for them to regain at least some of their influence within the contemporary Religious Right movement.