Thursday, August 12, 2004


California Top Court Annuls San Francisco Gay Marriages

I can't say that I'm surprised by this development, but I am very much disappointed. I mean, a California law does define marriage as a union between a man and a woman and the California Supreme Court, in not wanting rock the boat, is merely upholding that law. The fact that the law is a steaming pile of shit appears to not figure into the decision at all.

I hope that San Francisco city attorney Dennis Herrera's optimism is borne up when he says, "We still remain extremely confident with respect to our arguments and their potential for success on our equal protection claim under the state constitution."

I mean, if the citizens of Massachusetts can do it, Californians sure as hell better be able to as well. Better yet, how about all American citizens? You know, freedom and all that crap. Hey, there's an odd concept...

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