Chief U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker is set to make an incredibly controversial decision today: whether Prop 8 - the prop to ban same sex marriage - is unconstitutional. Basically, does prop 8 violate the Constitution by creating separate classes of people with different laws for each.
Needless to say, a lot is hanging on his decision. Both sides have stoutly claimed that it's not the end of the battle, regardless of how Judge Walker votes. However, the vote will mark an important legislative step towards the end scene where ultimately, one side will lose and the US will either be a gay marriage country or a Dick and Jane safe house.
As far as I'm concerned, marriage is about as outdated as taking a horse to work (unless you're a mountie). However, if you still feel the need to get a piece of paper proclaiming your love for someone, I could give a shit whether you're male, female or both. What you do in your bedroom, kitchen, closet or car is totally up to you. I don't wanna know and I don't care. So, I say shut the door on Prop 8, stop being nosy, uptight, biggoted asses. Let people screw and marry whoever they want, as long as it's consentual.