Voting is about disagreeing and agreeing, not denying rights and privileges people think they deserve. Another vote will/could take place in the future whereby public opinion might be the reversal of what it wasn't last time.<quoted text>
No, no one wants your nasty old bishops to marry them and you know it. Your religion became a joke when you went after minorities and TOOK their rights away..until then, no one really cared what you believed. And guess what..they're at it again in Hawaii, where hey started this sh1t in the first place. That "tolerance is a trap" thing works both ways.
And Mormons didn't start anything concerning same sex marriage rights at the voting booth. You're an idiot to think so. Non-Mormons have been voting against homosexuality and same sex marriage for more decades then you can count before Mormons got involved 'enforce'.