On May 26, we issued a statement on the decision by the California Supreme Court upholding the resolution banning same-sex marriage in California. (Although the decision upheld the ban, it also ruled that the 18,000 homosexual couples that were married before the ban went into effect would stay married.)
The shame of it all is that after the citizens of California said no to gay marriage last fall—the people always say no (the record is 30-0 in state ballot initiatives)—homosexual radicals sought to do an end-run around the democratic process and have unelected judges overrule the express will of the people. But the opponents of democracy, and common sense, lost and that is how it should be. No one supports two men getting married save for white people who have spent too much time in the classroom.