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05/15/2008

Video: Big OOPSIE!

by Jeremy Hooper

While our post celebrating today's amazing, fantastic, historic, world-changing California marriage ruling was in the process of publishing, we quickly cancelled it because emails kept coming in telling us that the ruling had actually gone against equality. This mega-mistake that was being aired on CNN at the same time is the reason why we were forced to second guess ourselves:

VIDEO: CNN incorrectly reports on California gay marriage ruling [P1Q]

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Your thoughts

LOL Actually I wanted to type 'LOL' in huge type, but not sure how on here! The funny thing about that video is that they were right about what they started out with - that Gavin Newsom acted wrongly at the time given the current laws in CA, but that was old news. To take that info and state the totally wrong court decision was amazing and funny as hell - my only hope was that it would've happened on Fox News! :-)

Posted by: Phil | May 15, 2008 3:48:07 PM

Wow... I re-read my previous comment and it sounded bad. I didn't mean they were 'right' about Gavin Newsom's actions - better to have phrased it that they were 'factually correct' about the court's response to what he did. It was a great day seeing all of those people get married in San Francisco and equally great to see how many get married before the possible ballot measure this fall.

Posted by: Phil | May 16, 2008 1:30:35 AM

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