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10/27/2008

How do you solve a problem like Prop 8? Ask Maria.

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 2-189The Golden State's First Lady, Maria Shriver, has officially come out against that cruel, baseless, unjust, equality-stifling, un-American, un-Kennedy-like measure known as Proposition 8:

Maria Shriver Will Vote NO on Prop 8 [Oxdown Gazette]

Of course her husband, Gov. Schwarzenegger, has already spoken out against the proposed ban. So while they may be a bipartisan couple, it's nice to know that they're also partisan to bi Californians who wish for the right to marry a same-sex partner.

Now how about an ad, kids?

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Your thoughts

It would have helped if Schwarzenegger hadn't vetoed the legislature to begin with.

Posted by: Eric | Oct 27, 2008 2:54:29 PM

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