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A Prop 8 Decision In The Not-So-Distant Future?

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We're happy to report that there COULD be some new movement on Proposition 8 as soon as next week!

New California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye spoke about the subject on Wednesday, and said that California's Supreme Court might decide "whether to weigh in on the federal Proposition 8 appeal" within the week.

Given the fact that the new Chief Justice performed a same-sex wedding back in 2008 while she was an appeals court judge, we're thinking things COULD be looking up for support of a Prop 8 repeal in California.

Guess we'll find out soon whether or not the possibility of a Proposition 8 repeal might be in the cards in the near future.

We hope so!!!


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11 comments to “A Prop 8 Decision In The Not-So-Distant Future?”

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    "Those who deny freedom to others, deserve it not for themselves; and, under a just God, can not long retain it." - Abraham Lincoln #NOH8

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    What I think?? It's inappropriate for a Justice, especially a Chief Justice to comment on upcoming case… Tired of activist judges!!!

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    It makes no sense to be voting on a civil rights issue. If Americans are going to vote on gay marriage, they should call it what it is - and vote on whether or not to discriminate due to sexual orientation. The argument that same-sex marriages somehow undermine other marriages and society in general are absurd. It all boils down to fear and prejudice. There are gay people out there, always have been, always will be. Get over it.

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  6. buck says – reply to this


    I'm tired of gay people

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    I have been with the same partner for 9 years. He is from Guatemala. Not long after he arrived in this country (on a tourist visa), before I met him, he contracted HIV. (I am HIV Negative) His visa expired long ago, making him an illegal alien, but he is unwilling to go back to Guatemala because it would be a death sentence to do so, since proper healthcare is not available in Guatemala. (The majority of people with HIV who willingly return or are deported to Guatemala die within a year)

    If gay marriage were legal in this country, I would have married my partner long ago, granting him the right to apply for US Citizenship, and allow him to get a job (legally). All we want is the same rights that a straight couple would have in the exact same situation.

    Now they are trying to take away the healthcare benefits that are keeping him alive, due to the fact that he is an illegal alien. If gay marriage were legal, he would not BE an illegal alien in the first place!

    PLEASE repeal Propostion 8, and grant equal marriage rights to all citizens, INCLUDING immigration rights to the spouse of a U.S. citizen that are presently only offered to straight couples.

    My partner's life depends on it!

  8. buck says – reply to this


    Re: David Franklin – No problem, we'll continue to pay for a gay guy from another country that is here illegally and hasn't contributed to the wealth of this country to continue to get quality healthcare.

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    Re: David Franklin – He has healthcare benefits? We all pay for it and had no input to any of his decisions that brought him to where he is today.

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    Re: buckRe: WatcherOne – what wonderful compassionate people the both of you are. NOT!!! you should be ashamed of yourselves you hateful fucks.

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    Re: AttFinch – Hear hear. I think the both of them missed the fact that this man's LIFE was in danger. How sad it is when the lust over money comes before another person's life.