Exactly! I have been troubled by this trial, for all these reasons. I am concerned about the precedents that could be set, far beyond court orders in favor of homosexual marriage. Their goal is to restrict what or who we can vote for. If any policy can be construed as being driven by “animosity” towards a politically correct group or cause, then, such election will be declared illegal.
This is clearly not just about marriage. Prop. 8 simply restored the previous definition of marriage, AND, BROUGHT THAT DEFINITION BACK IN LINE WITH FEDERAL LAW. Since it brought the definition of marriage back in line with federal law, why exactly do we see a federal lawsuit on the subject of marriage definitions in this case? Clearly there is another agenda behind this lawsuit.
Prop. 8 brought things back inline with the common law. I look at amazement how something so obviously wrong could have gained traction.
One can also see the promotion of who will be allowed to vote. Obviously, Christians of many alliances are prejudiced and the courts may eventually determine that membership or attendance at certain churches would be ample reason to take away the right to vote for those people, in any election.