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-California: Jerry Brown Says-Bah Hum Bug!-to Prop 8

by Dr. D ~ December 20th, 2008

Mayor Jerry Brown

(-Picture of Jerry Brown by Thomas Hawk via Flickr)

On Friday, California’s Attorney General Jerry Brown asked the State Supreme Court To overrule Prop 8-the Traditional Marriage amendment.

Response: AG Jerry Brown joins nearly every other major politician in California including the Governor and also the main stream media in calling for the vote of the people of California to be overruled.

It no longer seems to matter to anyone what the voters think. The officials and the press seem to be asking for the issue to be solved through judicial tyranny which started the controversy in the first place.

It is being framed as a ‘civil rights’ issue even though gays in California have the same rights as married couples available to them as  ‘domestic-partners’.             *Top

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2 Responses to -California: Jerry Brown Says-Bah Hum Bug!-to Prop 8

  1. OD Weekend 20-21 December 2008 « Online Discernment Today

    […] Davis updates on California Attorney General asking the California Supreme Court to overrule Proposition […]

  2. Rich Bordner

    It will be interesting to see where all this goes. The argument the “no on 8” folks are using doesn’t really have a precedent in the state courts, from what I see.

    Based on that, if a challenge is made in court, it could go either way. But, given that judges in CA have a history of playing fast and loose with causes they favor, I wouldn’t be surprised to see some legal gymnastics overturning prop 8.

    FYI, I’ve written a series on same-sex marriage. Here is part four (the concluding installment, part 5, should be posted on December 26). Perhaps it could be of use to y’all.

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