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I am so sick of hearing celebrities telling the rest of us what to do. “All the king’s horses and all the king’s men could not put Humpty together again!” THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN. PERIOD. All of the money they poured into this thing and THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN. Give it up already. Because you can memorize lines and get a lot of money for it, because you are a tabloid item and because someone hands you a microphone and puts you on TV does not mean you know what is best for this country or the people in CA. I did not want Obama in the White House but THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN (along with some dead people, some fictional people, ACORN, Hamas and Soros) and there is not a thing I can do about it. I hope and pray that this law is not changed because of these ridiculous riots and the lunatic fringe celebrities. The people have said that Marriage is Between a Man and a Woman not between two men or two women. That’s what the vote was about. Would any of these loons want a hundred thousand heterosexuals swarming and screaming because Obama got elected?

Radicals: First we will fight for what we want. Our celebrity leftists will donate millions of dollars to give us what we want. Then we all go out and vote. We don’t get what we want so we will tantrum and tantrum and our celebrity crazies will tantrum with us. Impose your will on everyone else because you have to get what you want. Get over it. Fly to Connecticut or Massachusetts and get married there. The people in the state of CA have spoken. Grow up.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Posted by: Michael Medved at 1:40 PM

One of the world’s most prominent gay entertainers offered some rare common sense on the explosive issue of same sex marriage. In New York City for a gala AIDS benefit, rock legend Sir Elton John appeared with his long-time partner, David Furnish. “We’re not married,” he told the press, “Let’s get that straight. We have a civil partnership…I don’t want to be married! I’m very happy with a civil partnership. The word ‘marriage,’ I think, puts a lot of people off. You get the same equal rights that we do when we have a civil partnership. Heterosexual people get married. We can have civil partnerships”. If more people on all sides of this issue embraced the simple, irrefutable logic of this clear-thinking superstar, a vastly divisive, unnecessary controversy could reach a successful and amicable solution.