It’s Not All Bad News

Does any know what happens to the legality of the 18,000 gay “marriages” in California now that the people have overturned the state Supreme Court? Will they all have to move to Taxachusetts or the People’s Republic of Vermont?

I’m guessing they won’t want to move to Arizona,  Florida or Arkansas. The first two have banned gay marriage and the last has banned adoption by gay couples.

I have to say that I thought the Left Coast would go whole hog for this, but perhaps where sin abounds. . .

And by the slimmest of margins, Norm Coleman appears to have held on to his Senate seat against the challenge of Al Franken. The current margin is 462 votes and an automatic recount will be initiated by Minnesota law.

It’s not all good news.  While Californians don’t want gays to marry, they also don’t want an adult to be notified if a minor gets an abortion. And speaking of death, Washingtonians have voted to all doctor-assisten suicide.

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3 Responses to “It’s Not All Bad News”

  1. Elizabeth Says:

    Sol, had you seen this http://wordincarnate.wordpress.com/2008/11/06/obamanation/?
    By a RC Abbot, a Byzantine Catholic, IIRC.

  2. sol Says:

    I have now. Thanks.

    Sadly, I think he may be on to something.

  3. Michael Says:

    I guess my vote for Coleman was pretty important, eh? It’ll be awhile before the recount gets under way. I can understand the need for it, but it’s exceedingly rare that a recount ever actually changes the outcome of a race.


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