Rex (rapp81) wrote,

Today's Court Decision

Alright, in a way, today's decision was right... if you look closely into it. Gavin Newsom, as cute as he may be (heh), did overstep his boundaries, but only in regards as to what is considered lawful to this date. Now it's up for the real legal battle to determine whether or not Prop 22, among other things, is constitutional. That's what really needs to be decided.

This morning on KTVU Mornings on 2, Ross McGowan was conducting an interview with SF's City Attorney. When Ross started the interview, he said something to the effect of Californians passed Prop 22 back in 2000. What always gets me when the Bay Area media refers to Prop 22 nowadays is that the media never mentions the fact that all, but one (Solano) of the counties in the nine county Bay Area region voted against Prop 22. Just like in the retarded recall election, the Bay Area voted against the recall and chose Cruz Bustamante.

In a way, despite the fact that Newsom was in the wrong lawfully, it's not like his actions were wrong in the sense of what is truly right.
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