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Bank of America Representative Opposes Pro-Family Legislation in North Carolina

Robert54 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 10:13 PM
I've lived in Charlotte for 33 years. I can't wait to get out. 100,000 people have moved into this region from up north and have dragged their Liberal Democrat beliefs with them in the last 10 years. Raleigh and Durham are gone for Conservatives. We've had a stste law for years on this and it hasn't stopped anyone from moving here so why would a constitutional; amendment. It's gooten worse since B Of A bought BankAmerica in San Francisco. They've filled this city with SF employees. The public schools have deteriorated because this town can only find money for bling. It's gotten worse now that the DNC is coming in September. Millions are being spent and they won't reveal what on.
Robert54 Wrote: Apr 01, 2012 10:17 PM
And a new center where they control all the cameras. In a report to city council they blacked out over half of what was reported, even the color of the paint on the walls of this center. Liberals are spending money like water on a fire, homes have just been revaluated and now they want a 9% RE tax increase. BOFA sucks more than they did before they nearly imploded. People are moving three miles down the road to South Carolina to escape.

On May 8, North Carolinians will vote on Amendment One: an act which amends “the constitution [of North Carolina] to provide that marriage between a man and woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in [the] state.” President Barack Obama has spoken out against Amendment One, the ACLU is lobbying against Amendment One, and the California Democratic Party has registered its disdain over the possibility that Amendment One might pass.

And while none of this is particularly ground-breaking news—it’s not uncommon to see President Obama, the ACLU, and the Democratic Party align against something...