Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Today's letter - courts should not make decisions for me

Dear Governor Schwarzenegger -

One of the reasons that you are using in your haste to veto of AB 43, the Religious Freedom and Civil Marriage Protection Act, is that you want the courts to decide whether I can get married in California.

In my civics class, I was taught that the courts aren't supposed to make decisions - they are supposed to enforce them.

The people and the legislature have decided that same-sex couples need and deserve the freedom to marry. Please do your civic duty and implement this state's political will by signing AB 43 and supporting the freedom to marry.

Thank you,

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