The Logic of Prop. 8 Supporters
From Tuesday’s NYT:
The defense sought to show that claims of bias against gay men and lesbians were overblown. In particular, Dr. Miller testified, gay men and lesbians in California could count on a deep and varied contingent of allies, including the Democratic Party, organized labor, corporations, newspapers, celebrities and some church groups. Some of these groups also contributed heavily to the “No on 8” campaign, Dr. Miller said, which spent $43 million.
In other words, Proposition 8 should stand because many people are opposed to it.