Friday, May 16, 2008

Waiting for the Other Shoe

The Barbed Wire is Rusted

In this crazy world where the obvious is anything but, it was great to see the ecstatic response on Gavin Newsom's face to the logical decision it was unconstitutional to deny people the right to marry, regardless of their sexuality. Sure, tomorrow may bring all the kooky right-wingers down from the hills, and right on schedule (every 4 years, during the presidential election) but today, it's a beautiful feeling, sort of like "Don't stand in the way of Love."

Indeed.

Don't Stand in the Way of Love.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amen, brother!!
Love, Marsha

UnifiedTheory said...

Clockwork. Indeed you can set your watch by it.

Ric said...

As Bob Dylan wrote so many years ago,
"Don't stand in the doorway, don't block up the hall... Don't criticize what you don't understand... For the times they are a-changin'..."

Ric

vizetelly said...

RE: clockwork and shoes

No problem in California, if and when they "come down from hills" for the referendum as CA will probably go dem anyway. But if in a Machivellian way, the nut jobs take this decision and use it get a similar one in, let's say OH, FL or PA, and they get the 'man+woman'thing on the ballot, it could be somewhat problematic. But at the same time, time does march on.