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Signers of ballots against gay marriage may no longer remain anonymous, US Supreme Court rules

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  1. Democracy is the recurrent suspicion that more than half of the people are right more than half the time.

  2. “The complainants said they were concerned gay rights groups may harass them ……” …. but of course it’s the complainants’ “constitutional right” to harrass gays !!!

  3. Very good – now let us see how many of these cowardly so called ‘Christians’ stand up.

  4. Ward and George in Hawaii 25 Jun 2010, 7:06pm

    Pathetic and cowardly hypocrites! We have passed our long lives being held in contempt by these whited sepulchers and now that we have begun to achieve civil equity, they are quick to snatch up their white robes and, like the KKK, hide themselves.

    Ward and George
    54 years together
    And yet
    Strangers before the law.

  5. friday jones 25 Jun 2010, 10:47pm

    What a surprise that Thomas was the only Justice who didn’t agree with the law, so the decision went 8-1. He’s the most activist Supreme Court justice in living memory, even more so than Scalia.

  6. A petition has to demonstrate that every signatory is contactable and defined, otherwise people could sign fake names etc.

    If the referendum is of public concern, then the signatories should also be made public. If that isn’t democratic, I don’t know what is.

    As I continue to repeat: People will scream for democracy until it swings against them, at which point it all of a sudden becomes “unfair”.

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