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A "No" vote on Proposition 8 will annul no marriages.
A "Yes" vote on Proposition 8 will annul over 10,000 marriages.
Which vote is really protecting marriage?

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bovil
Oct. 24th, 2008 05:38 am (UTC)
It's also not a "slippery slope" argument. These people already sued to block implementation of the Supreme Court's order so they wouldn't have to deal with any complications.
yourbob
Oct. 24th, 2008 06:01 am (UTC)
I gotta think about it.



But "just in case" and for the benefit of anyone that doesn't know me and is wandering by this entry and thinking I'm not just as against Prop 8 as you and k - I certainly am [and have already voted no]. I'm only considering the particular wording, not the sentiment.

Besides _I'm_ not married yet! Even if it's not retroactive it effects my prospects of ever being legally married. It definitely takes away my rights!
bovil
Oct. 24th, 2008 06:06 am (UTC)
So say it puts over 10,000 marriages in legal limbo.

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