... which, IMHO, does not bode well for us.
Keep an eye on the blogosphere tomorrow. The Day of Decision appears to be upon us.
For those with a short memory, Proposition 8 went back to the courts in arguments stating that a public vote cannot take away the civil rights of individuals -- that, since the court decided marriage is a civil right, a referendum cannot deny people civil rights. It would have been like people just deciding one day to vote on the legality of interracial marriage, and then denying that right to people. The court did not seem open to the idea of overturning Proposition 8, however; I remember a quote from that discussion from one of the Justices -- "Yea, but we're working under a new Constitution, now." We are waiting to hear whether Prop8 was a legal referendum or not.