When you single out one minority and legislate that they can’t have the same rights as everyone else, you’d think they’d just meekly say “OK” and go home and that would be the end of the story. Or, y’know, some organized religions might think that, but the folks of Outer Blogness disagree:
To explain the situation, Chino posts an interesting Utah Now panel program on the fallout of proposition 8 (see also Steve M.’s feud with the Daily Universe). As a solution, General J. C. Christian recommends that Presidents Beck and Monson use Main Street Plaza for the running of the gays. Regarding the official LDS statement on the incident on Main Street Plaza, Holly Noelle doesn’t buy it, and MoHoHawaii advises taking it with a big grain of salt.
That’s politics though. When it comes to personal relationships affected by this feud, Tom says “Sometimes walking away is the kindest gift of all.”
Unrelated but also noteworthy: Chris Tolworthy provides a clever new ending for a rather ridiculous inspirational story, Djinn provides a short, straight-forward explanation of the money black hole in America’s existing health care system, Latter-day Sustainablility talks about the high cost of cheap goods, and the feminist Mormon housewives react to Jimmy Carter’s resignation from the Southern Baptists.