Did you know the Prop 8 judge is openly gay?

Looks like the judge was in it for his own interests...How much longer until the media picks up on this?

Sources that prove he's homosexual (He's openly gay so you can find plenty more):

http://www.metroweekly.com/news/?ak=5094

http://articles.latimes.com/2010/jun/21/local/la-m...

Update:

Skeptic - No, I'm saying that he is in it for his own interest.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    The media already picked up on it. Very convenient that a gay judge ruled on gay rights. There is no way they can say he didn't have his own interests in mind on that ruling.

  • 1 decade ago

    Second time I am answering the same question by you within 15 minutes. Why are you spamming this.

    A PRIVATE MORAL VIEW THAT SAME-SEX COUPLES ARE INFERIOR TO OPPOSITE-SEX COUPLES IS NOT A PROPER BASIS FOR LEGISLATION...

    California's obligation is to treat its citizens equally, not to "mandate [its] own moral code."

    Marriage in the United States has always been a civil matter. Civil authorities may permit religious leaders to solemnize marriages but not to determine who may enter or leave a civil marriage. Religious leaders may determine independently whether to recognize a civil marriage or divorce but that recognition or lack thereof has no effect on the relationship under state law.

    Proposition 8 does not affect the First Amendment rights of those opposed to marriage for same-sex couples. Prior to Proposition 8, no religious group was required to recognize marriage for same-sex couples.

    Affording same-sex couples the opportunity to obtain the designation of marriage will not impinge upon the religious freedom of any religious organization, official, or any other person; no religion will be required to change its religious policies or practices with regard to same-sex couples, and no religious officiant will be required to solemnize a marriage in contravention of his or her religious beliefs.

  • Liddel
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Odds are he is either going to be straight or gay. One side or the other could say he did it in self interest.

    lp

  • 1 decade ago

    It would be in anybody's interest to have equal rights and that does not stop you from being a judge and ruling on issues pertaining to your class's rights.

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  • ?
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    The ruling doesn't state that everybody has to marry someone of the same sex, so what's your problem with it?

  • Strega
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    So? Doesn't change the fact that the majority voting on the rights of the minority is unconstitutional.

  • Lance
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    Old news. Get over it.

  • 1 decade ago

    So? Seriously why are you so threatened by the ruling?

  • So you're saying gay people shouldn't be judges?

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