Gov. Mike Huckabee clearly showing why Prop 8 is WRONG!

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I have to admit, I am happy with the big O, but prop 8? How did that pass? We’ve all been so excited about Obama, we’ve forgotten that we should all be REALLY PISSED off about this.

I do not understand how our basic human rights could be put up for referendum or left to the states to decide. This is clearly a cop out. Californians, by a narrow margin, did vote their discomfort with gay sex, but since when is comfort of the majority an inalienable right? Mr. O needs to know how we feel about this.

One thing you can do is support the HRC’s campaign against prop 8. GO ACTIVIST JUDGES IN CALIFORNIA!!

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