I grew up Mormon. If I hadn't stopped being Mormon two years ago, this would have put an end to it pretty quick.
I'm ashamed of my former religion (though very proud of the members who are campaigning for what is right).
I would also be lying if I didn't mention that I'm a little resentful of the way I was brought up because of that religion.
I saw a post made by my sister-in-law in her family blog about her campaigning for Proposition 8, and it made me unbelievably sad.
Then, when coming home from grocery shopping, some friends and I passed the LDS Church Institute off of our local campus.
And I said, "I wanna go get a bunch of 'No on 8' posters and banners and stuff, and just completely cover that place with them. So many that the whole thing will be covered in 'em! And it would take a forever to take them all down! And then I'll be like 'Take THAT repressed childhood!'"
And my friends said, "Good luck with that."
Here's the thing, I know it wouldn't do any good. Immature tactics like that aren't going to impress anyone or change minds. I wouldn't be helping my cause.
But that wouldn't stop it from being immensely satisfying.