Ah yes, the dawning of Court-Mandated Same-Sex Marriages today in California.Â Looks like I’m not the only one who thinks there will be a negative reaction from mainstream Americans in the coming months.
Gay marriage is a reality in California this coming week, and it has apparently made a whole bunch of queer lawyers and activists nervous.
And that’s what has such powerful organizations as Lambda Legal, Human Rights Campaign, GLAAD, and the National Center For Lesbian Rights, among others, seeing serious trouble in the next few months. According to a position paper these groups jointly released last week, out-of-state gays and lesbians should not marry in California and then fly back home and sue the federal government or their state governments. The time is not right, the lawyers and activists say, and losses at the state or federal level will only get â€œbad rulingsâ€ that will â€œmake it much more difficult for us to win marriage, and will certainly make it take much longer.â€
That leads to the other reason the power gays may have released their six-paged warning titled â€œMake Change, Not Lawsuitsâ€â€”we’re smack in the middle of a presidential election, and they don’t want a possible gay backlash to hurt Senator Barack Obama.Â Politics is never mentioned in the position paper, but gay marriage lawsuits popping up all over the country, activists may fear, tend to make certain folks in this nation nervous.Â When they become nervous, they get scared, and when they get scared, they vote for someone familiarâ€¦like Senator John McCain.
Or they may force Congress into passing a Federal Marriage Amendment.
Geez, if only the Gay Leftists would spend more time and money in talking with America rather than suing them — well, we would all get along much better.
In my homo opinion….