A federal judge said sponsors of California's ban on same-sex marriage may not delay in handing over campaign strategy documents to gay-rights groups that are looking for evidence of anti-gay bias as they try to overturn the measure.Oh, come on. Are there people who truly believe in the fiction that opposition to gay marriage isn't based upon anti-gay bias? What else could it be? That's like suggesting that opposition to mixed-race marriages doesn't have anything to do with racism.
And yeah, sure, there are people who will insist that this is about saving marriage or the children or whatever, but that's just a complete joke which even these folks laugh at when normal people aren't around. I can't believe we live in such a world where people have to play games on issues on which they're clearly not playing around. I mean, if you're going to screw with people's lives by denying them basic privileges that everyone else gets, you should at least be man enough to admit it.
But oh no, they'll swear that marriage is the only way to protect children, and this couldn't happen if we allowed people to marry who couldn't have children...with the notable exception of all the straight people who get married and won't have children. Sure, a straight couple in their 70's is far less likely to have kids than two lesbos, yet somehow they imagine this is a sensible argument which makes them unable to overcome the blatant discrimination they would otherwise oppose. Right. Similarly, they'd totally support abortion, if only the bible didn't forbid it.
This was pretty funny, though.
In a court filing a week later seeking a stay, Charles Cooper, a lawyer for Protect Marriage, said the order would "cause future initiative proponents to censor their speech with campaign volunteers, donors, supporters and agents" and would "silence initiative supporters who wish to remain anonymous."Oh, no. What a pity. Fucking bigots will have trouble passing their bigoted laws if they can't write bigoted memos to their fellow bigots. Cry me a river, assholes.