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04/12/2010

Subtracting 8 in '10: 86ed

by Jeremy Hooper

There will be no Prop 8 repeal on this year's ballot:

GROUP WORKING FOR 2010 PROPOSITION 8 REPEAL FAILS TO COLLECT ENOUGH SIGNATURES TO QUALIFY FOR BALLOT [Towle]

Effort now turns to 2012, which is what most LGBT groups wanted in the first place. You know, other than not having to pause our lives to fight this needless and offensive basic rights battle at all, which is really what all Americans should be entitled by virtue of his or her citizenship.

But hey, (those who were made) beggars (via majority tyranny) can't be choosers.

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