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To: xzins

It’s weird, but I actually find myself thinking that it’s better for California to have same-sex marriage than for this to go all the way to the Supreme Court and result in another Roe v. Wade monstrosity, this time deciding that same-sex marriage is a constitutional right in all 50 states.


31 posted on 08/13/2010 5:30:00 AM PDT by Genoa (Titus 2:13)
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To: Genoa

IT is inevitable that this will go to SCOTUS anyway. Even if California doesn’t appeal to the 9th circuit, there will probably be gays moving to other states and they will demand that other states recognize their relationships legally too. This will result in another case going to the Supreme Court based on the Full Faith and Credit Clause which is much more of a slam dunk for the anti marriage forces than the pathetic progressive reasoning behind Judge Walker’s decision to strike down Prop.8. I guess, the only thing that you can hope for is that such a future case comes in a venue more favorable to real marriage. People need to stand up and fight this decision. Don’t take it sitting down.


39 posted on 08/13/2010 5:44:23 AM PDT by old republic
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To: Genoa

It’s weird, but I actually find myself thinking that it’s better for California to have same-sex marriage ....(theThe USSC deciding that same sex marriage is a constitutionalright in all 50 states.”

AAAHHHH Camel’s nose > tent....

No way this should stand....If Jerry Brown wasn’t the AG it wouldn’t stop until it hit the USSC.

Think this is bad? If Jerry gets elected Governor it’ll get way worse.


125 posted on 08/13/2010 6:22:08 PM PDT by Forty-Niner (..."Down the Dems, in 2010!" "Beat Babs!")
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