Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Connecticut OKs Gay Marriage

Let me be among the first to say that it's about time. This is an example of how the right thing can be done despite a lot of criticism. Connecticut has a popular Republican governor, and hopefully the decision of the Superior Court can stand.

This comes a week after Californians rejected gay marriage. It's too bad that a state that thinks so highly of itself, like California, cannot even keep a law guaranteeing rights. Hopefully, other states in the Union will take the lead and approve the practice. Then hopefully the federal government can create a blanket legalization. However, with many Democrats against it, it may take an act of the Supreme Court.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"However, with many Democrats against [legalizing gay marriage], it may take an act of the Supreme Court."
DEMOCRATS oppose legalization of gay marriage? Please name six.