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Anti-Prop. 8 Mob: It's Over. You Lost. Move On.
52 to 48.
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I think it’s time for Democrat leaders to counsel the anti-Prop. 8 mob to stop the protests and accept the will of the people of California.

Tell them to leave the churches alone. Tell them to stop blocking traffic and impeding businesses and harassing elderly couples and targeting donors.

It’s over. You lost. Move on.

With almost 11 million ballots tallied, Prop. 8 had 52.3% of the vote, with 47.7% against. Although many ballots remain to be counted, the 500,000-vote spread is viewed as insurmountable.

You know how those Obama supporters have launched their treacly “healing” website, “from 52 to 48 | 48 to 52 with love?”

Maybe Prop. 8 supporters should do the same thing.

If you are a Californian who voted for Prop. 8 and want to send a healing message to a sore loser who voted against it, feel free to send me a photo, e-mail, or comment and I’ll create a separate “from 52 to 48” post.



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• Category: Ideology • Tags: Proposition 8