Friday, November 7, 2008

What happened to tolerance and respect for diversity?

After the passage of Proposition 8, an amendment to the California state Constitution defining marriage as between one man and one woman, homosexual activists are filing lawsuits and taking to the streets. They once again are seeking to press their social agenda for overturning the mores of society by whatever means necessary, legal usurpation of the political process or intimidation.

Another news story reported on 2000 gay activists protesting outside the Mormon Temple in Los Angeles because of the Mormon's support of Prop 8.

There seems to be very little tolerance here for people, including the majority of Californians who supported the amendment, on the other side of this issue. It's interesting to note that the African American and Hispanic were bigger supporters of Prop 8 than the white community.

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