There will be no divorces in the true sense of the word if (when) the Court invalidates these marriages. The only thing legally which would be validated in that instance is the will of the people in the passing of Prop. 8.
I watched the video all the way through, and I'm overwhelmed by the love gay couples show for their kids. There's no contesting that. And I'm sure no matter what the Court says, that love won't go away. And that's what really matters.
The legislature's latest budget included tax increases and fee hikes up the ying-yang....
So I don't fault Ah-nold for vetoing it.
My only issues with the revenue base of California state government are 1) Prop. 13, which allows some older people to pay $400.00 in property taxes per year while their neighbor may be paying $15,000.00, and 2) illegal immigrants aren't paying income taxes like the rest of us.
So when the Dems want to do things like raise the sales tax and car license fee, I cringe because why do all of us have to suffer when every constituent group isn't paying its fair share?
The Politico basically since Election Day has been doing these weird articles to appear impartial where they propound on apparent Democratic officials' worrying and say little about Republicans' troubles!