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Tutu’s In A Bunch November 9, 2008

Posted by gregquill in Uncategorized.
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Several thousand gay rights protesters took to the streets in marches to object to the California election result, over turning gay marriage and defining marriage as between one man and one woman.

“March” may not be the right term. More of a… well, you know.

A crowd estimated at 5,000 stretched for blocks in the Silver Lake district, east of Hollywood, carrying signs and chanting against Proposition 8, a constitutional amendment that prevents the state from recognizing same-sex marriages.

Voters in Florida and Arizona joined California on Tuesday in banning same-sex marriages. Dozens of states have similar laws. Only two U.S. states, Massachusetts and Connecticut, allow same-sex marriage.

In California, at least five or six of the marchers claimed to have actually voted on Tuesday.

So there.

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1. Brenda Love - November 9, 2008

I don’t have a problem with gay marriage as long as they have to endure all the heartbreak and expense of the gay divorce also.

2. Ron - November 15, 2008

I’m for gay marriage!! Why shouldn’t they suffer as much as the heterosexuals?


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