Gay Marriage Amendment doesn't qualify for the California Ballot

Who cares about what the voters want if you think that you have the courts to create a new right?

A challenge to California's gay marriage ban failed on Monday to qualify for the 2010 ballot, leaving gay activists mulling a 2012 push and hoping a federal court will overturn the measure before then.

Los Angeles-based Love Honor Cherish carried out a volunteer-driven signature-gathering effort after large groups decided there was not enough time to ensure victory this year, even with some polls showing more than 50 percent support for same-sex marriage.

A 150-day period to gather signatures to place the question on the ballot ended on Monday. . . .



Blogger Angie said...

This is pretty much how the liberals have passed every item in our nation's history. They never take "no" for an answer.

4/13/2010 2:32 PM  

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