If Prop. 8 passes, what about those who wed?

San Francisco Chronicle

When Californians vote on Proposition 8, they’ll decide whether same-sex partners’ right to marry will still exist as of 12:01 a.m. Wednesday. What’s less clear is the impact on as many as 16,000 gay and lesbian couples…

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One response to “If Prop. 8 passes, what about those who wed?

  1. If PROP 8 passes, heterosexuals may want to try to change the laws they’ve made (and left in place) against us, because now many gays are dealing with this immoral discrimination with our wallets and tax dollars.

    Of course vote NO on PROP 8, PLEASE, but it is a sickening, disgusting vote in the first place.

    Imagine a heterosexual man sitting back peacefully as society voted on whether he, his wife, and his children deserved the rights and protections of civil marriage. What would HE think of PROP 8 in CA? Would he even THINK of opening up his wallet to fund a PR drive to gain a chance to “win” this civil right? Or would it be “Live Free or Die”?

    Yet we (the gay community), and our allies have agreed – AGREED – to hash out this “debate” with a public PROP 8 lottery (it’s not a debate…I KNOW I DESERVE MARRIAGE).

    Here’s my “NON-Debate for PROP 8” – It really doesn’t matter what others may “think” or “not think” at this point.

    I will not pay an organization for Human Rights, Family Rights, Civil Rights, or Constitutional Rights. I will simply refuse to file my IRS tax returns until my FAMILY is equal under the law.

    VOTE ON THAT! Oh yeah, I forgot – you can’t!

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