Saturday, November 13, 2010

Prop 8, Gay Marriage Ban, Judge To Teach College

Prop 8, or the ban on Gay Marriage was recently passed in California, opening up a huge nationwide discussion of the legalization of same-sex marriage and constitutional rights. Judge Vaughn Walker is the California Supreme Court Justice who actually ruled that Prop 8 was unconstitutional.

Can you believe that in a short period of time that California wanted to ban same-sex marriage AND keep pot prohibited? Has there been a mass exodus of liberals out of the Golden State?

Walker is going to teach a class at UC-Berkeley on decision making strategies in complex legislation. This would be a historic class to attend, considering that if his ruling ends up making gay marriage a wide spread right, he will go down in history.

The US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has put a stay on Vaughn Walker's ruling, pending an appeal.

What do you believe will happen with Prop 8, and do you think that Vaughn Walker would be a great mind to learn from?


  1. Judge Walker (who, BTW, is a federal district judge, not a CA Supreme Justice) would be a great mind to teach how to throw mud at your opponents without actually calling their mothers prostitutes.

  2. He'd be awesome to learn from! And Yeh he's not a Cal Supreme. Get it right guys or get out of the business.

  3. Logic and right (not "The Right") are on the side of his decision... which still gives it at best a half and half chance of sticking :(

  4. i believe that if they wanted to save marriage then they would make divorce illlegal not gay marriage

  5. A perverted judge who personally rewrites the Constitution teaching the next generation. On the taxpayer dime. Great.


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