What will we do if we lose our efforts to gain marriage through the courts? We will continue to regroup and fight for rights and protections as we have always done.<quoted text>Waaah, keep crying, some folks will surely care. What I promise you that you know is these two things: I know a lot about homosexuality and two I know more than you. If not, you would not become so unglued and go off on tirades which are baseless and menial. Let me give you a clue, sir, in early 2000 California straights decided to define our marriages and in 2008 we put it in our constitution. So, you tell me, why are you gays so obsessed with our lives. Neither Prop 22 or Prop 8 makes one mention about gays.
Stomps, no not me...you see, when you gays whined in May 2008, we voted and made law. However, in Nov. 2008, you gays whined, stomped, burned churches, defaced the Mormon temple, attacked businesses and roamed the streets whining. IN 2009, when the CSSC upheld Prop 8 you whined again and even your civil minded leaders whined and incited you gays to burn churches.
Now, we the federal judge tried to rule Prop 8 unconstitutional, we simply appealed, no marching and we never burned down your gay bars. If we lose in June, we will simply seek another legal strategy or be happy for now with our 31 states with constitutional definitions of marriage as one man and one woman.
What will you gays do when you lose in June? Should I be sure to hide my Yes on 8 signs, so you don't vandalize my car and house?
Do you think we're the first group of people that have fringe elements who resort to attacking buildings in order to gain rights and freedoms?
Maybe you've heard of a little skirmish called the American Revolution.
Hell, our colonies fought an entire war resulting in some 50,000 Colonial casualties. And you complain and whine just because a few buildings got spray painted and someone burned a Book of Mormon.
Grow up! We have stopped sitting idly by while people like you make major decisions that impact our daily lives!
We have presented our lists of expectations--what we believe we deserve under the Constitution--what we need in order to live a complete and happy life.
When people like you turned us away, you started this "war".
Not so long ago, people thought of gay people as weak and ineffective. I guess you've learned different.