Saturday, December 20, 2008

Prepare For More Gay Rage: Prop 8 Sponsors Seek to Nullify 18,000 'Marriages'

You think the frothing anger of the gay mob has been out of control the past six weeks after gay marriage was outlawed in California? Well, you haven't seen anything yet.
The sponsors of Proposition 8 asked the California Supreme Court on Friday to nullify the marriages of the estimated 18,000 same-sex couples who exchanged vows before voters approved the ballot initiative that outlawed gay unions.

The Yes on 8 campaign filed a brief arguing that because the new law holds that only marriages between a man and a woman are recognized or valid in California, the state can no longer recognize the existing same-sex unions. The document reveals for the first time that opponents of same-sex marriage will fight in court to undo those unions that already exist.
Here's the best part, sure to send the left into paroxysms of unhinged rage.
"Proposition 8's brevity is matched by its clarity. There are no conditional clauses, exceptions, exemptions or exclusions," reads the brief co-written by Kenneth Starr, dean of Pepperdine University's law school and the former independent counsel who investigated President Bill Clinton.
Just the mention of Starr's name used to sent the left into an unhinged frenzy. Multiply that by a thousand now that he's in the middle of the Prop 8 case.

Meanwhile, California's spineless Attorney General has caved in to the brownshirts.

Speaking of Kenn Starr, we'd like to take this opportunity to wish The Slickster a happy anniversary.

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