Gay rights apologetics, versus reality.
Susan Estrich used six hundred and six words to convey the argument that gay rights activists really can still get meaningful action from this administration. I can rebut that argument in four: Proposition 8 exit poll. Moe Lane PS: No, not happy about it. I support same-sex marriage. You know, like Dick Cheney. Crossposted to Moe Lane.
Domestic terror against Mormons: white powder sent to temples.
I was hoping that the hysteria over Proposition 8′s passing would start to abate soon – like GayPatriot, I find the reactions by some of the people who are putatively on my side on this one to be appalling – but apparently now it’s escalating into domestic terrorism. Choice of words deliberate. Via Cake Or Death?, via Ace of Spades HQ: LOS ANGELES – Letters | Read More »
And so it begins: New York Times attacks minority voters.
Of course, they’re just a little shy of coming out and saying so, but then it’s always easier for a certain type to go after Mormons. Even as the nation shattered one barrier of intolerance, we were disappointed that voters in four states chose to reinforce another. Ballot measures were approved in Arkansas, Arizona, Florida and California that discriminate against couples of the same sex. | Read More »