Canadians do not want their political leaders to undo historic legislation allowing gays to legally marry in the wake of a pledge from the Conservatives that they would do just that if elected.
Although, just like Article 8 and Massresistance, there are still some people who just don't get it:
Phil Hogan, the president of the Catholic Civil Rights League, a lay organization formed to protect and promote Catholic issues, said recently that the majority of Canadians understand marriage to be the joining of the sexes for the purpose of having and raising children.
His group and others plan to make same-sex marriage an election issue.
"We have indicated throughout this debate that MPs who support this change will be exposed to publicity of that support and they will be held accountable," Mr. Hogan said.
"It seems to us that, for a great number of Canadians, this is of primary importance."
I guess those people weren't surveyed. My guess is that it will be like the Massachusetts election held last year. All the elected officials who supported equal marriage rights were overwhelming elected.