Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Proposition 8 Upheld

The voters' opposition to Gay Marriage upheld by California Supreme Court. Well, what else could they do?  Overturning the proposition would be tantamount to ruling the constitution unconstitutional or some parts of the text more of the constitution than others.  What I found puzzling is the threat to commit acts of civil disobedience on the part of gay activists.  What could that mean?  They are going to go on being gay and living together?  Continue to introduce themselves as spouses?  Can you disobey a law that doesn't prevent you from doing anything in the first place?

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