As expected, opponents of Prop. 8 just don't get it. After 5,338,497 voters told them marriage should be only between a man and a woman, the minority side resorts to the court once again to try to overturn the majority's wishes. The State Supreme Court is once again being used as the tool to overturn the majority's decision.
Although this court had recently turned down requests to strike down Prop. 8 from even making the ballot, and is expected to let Prop. 8 stand, activist judges could do strange things because they do not feel that their role is just to interpret the law. So we need to continue to pray, and to fight.