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Since I haven't seen any comments on this by my RL friends yet, this entry (and links to news articles) by fairestcat pretty much sums up my thoughts.

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ourika
Feb. 14th, 2004 05:24 pm (UTC)
Ok, I thought I'd posted it in my LJ, but I did not. I did, however, post it to a group that y'all aren't on *laughs*

So here's my take:
They'll be married for a few days, and since it was done illegally on the sly, the marriage license will be declared invalid (I'm willing to bet that the state declares it so since a marriage license may be issued by a town or city, but it is from "the state of..."

I'm glad he did it . It's a great form of protest, but it won't lead to any gay marriages. But it will add to the general debate and help kick up a stir (especially by choosing a couple that had already been together for 50+ years to go first - that was an EXCELLANT plan ;-)
ourika
Feb. 14th, 2004 05:33 pm (UTC)
Ok, so a new update (at least to me):

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4251510/

A jud ge has refused t overturn the licenses, but that still doesn't mean that the state will accept them.

I hadn't realized that there was a state vote in CA to declare marriage between a man and a woman. It's kinda cute that SanFran city hall is going to be open for marriage on Valentine's Day :-)
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