Big news day.
I am glad it was overturned but I think they need to determine that if something is on the ballot, either do not waste the state's money and the people's time by voting on it or just tell people ahead of time 'we do not care what the majority of voters think so you can vote but we may just over-rule you anyway.'
That does not have anything to do with the actual issue at hand so I am glad it was overturned but the fiasco lies in putting something out there and not listening to the people who vote. Get your stuff together in the first place and do not waste time/money to just ignore people's votes. That is a problem with the process overall that is ridiculous.
Constitutional questions won't be resolved before the fact, much as I'd like to have marriage to continue unabated.
nellewrites wrote:Constitutional questions won't be resolved before the fact, much as I'd like to have marriage to continue unabated.
This is where the importance of the Constitution comes in, protecting the few from the tyranny of the many.
There is a danger if those who oppose take this to the Supremes... they could end up flipping the on switch across the country.
Hmmm do you?