15 May 2008

Not Exactly Newsworthy

The California Supreme Court has overturned a voter-approved ban on homosexual "marriage". Four people thus overrule millions of voters.  Why?  Because they know better than the rabble.  The most newsworthy part of this story is that it is no longer newsworthy.

Unlike marriage, California will not require that persons seeking marriages licenses be residents of California.  Now the flood gates will open. 

There is an initiative that opponents are seeking to put on the ballot that would define marriage as only between one man and one woman.  Good luck.  I sincerely believe it is only a matter of time that some Court rules that a constitutional amendment is unconstitutional.

There is no reason that any state official has to acquiesce to this judicial tyranny,  but don't get your hopes up for any heroes.  Schwartzenegger has already ceded the field.

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