A flood of foreign capital is on its way to Australia to help campaign for homosexual "marriage" in the lead up to the plebiscite. Using similar valuation techniques as PwC the plebiscite is forecast to provide a boost to the Australian economy of $700m+.
Running the plebiscite therefore makes good economic sense and will benefit the Australian economy at a time when it is much needed. On top of the influx of foreign capital, mostly from wealthy US corporates and rainbow lobby groups who support the spread of homosexuality abroad, there will be local funds earmarked for the campaign and the government's costs of running the plebiscite, all of which will further stimulate the economy as the funds circulate around Australia, employing people and helping small businesses.
The plebiscite is forecast to provide an economic stimulus in much the same way the Gillard government's schools building program achieved after the GFC, albeit on a smaller scale.
Additionally the newly flush and emboldened homosexual lobby groups in Ireland, who gained access to public and corporate money during and after their campaign, as well as the many State entities they now control, will likely be sending funds to assist their Australian comrades.
All in all, economically at least, it is a win/win for all Australians to conduct the plebiscite.
Every child comes from and needs BOTH a mother and a father. Same-sex "marriage" intentionally keeps either a mother or a father from the child. Government should protect the child through upholding traditional marriage.
There is “a time to be silent, and a time to speak”. (Ecclesiastes 3:7). Now is the time to speak, so please speak up and defend children, truth and freedom. Craig Manners
“What the world needs most is a voice that courageously speaks the truth, not when the world is right, but a voice that speaks the truth when the world is wrong.” Fulton Sheen
True marriage offers true equality for children. Every child comes from and needs BOTH a Mum and a Dad. Every human being has dignity and deserves respect. All sorts of relationships can be respected at law without having to change marriage laws. In fact that has been the case legally for many years. The simple fact remains though that not every relationship is marriage.