Appeal reporter Chris Roberts tracked the Prop 8 decision reaction from the courthouse to the street. Here’s what he saw.

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  • Randy

    Great photo of the religious looking guys being arrested. Thank you Chris for putting up with all the angry gays! I am one of them, however, I have now read the decision and I realize that the court’s decision has to do with the power of the voters… that 2% margin. It is still unconstitutional, and ultimately the Fed Supreme Court will have a say, as with all other issues of discrimination. The popular vote should never decide discrimination issues, however, I enjoy that the popular vote has legalized medical marijuana. Bigotry is on the way out, and those self-righteous people who are so scarred of homosexuals will soon be locked in the closet where they belong. It is only a matter of time until some justice will come from this.

  • Randy

    Great photo of the religious looking guys being arrested. Thank you Chris for putting up with all the angry gays! I am one of them, however, I have now read the decision and I realize that the court’s decision has to do with the power of the voters… that 2% margin. It is still unconstitutional, and ultimately the Fed Supreme Court will have a say, as with all other issues of discrimination. The popular vote should never decide discrimination issues, however, I enjoy that the popular vote has legalized medical marijuana. Bigotry is on the way out, and those self-righteous people who are so scarred of homosexuals will soon be locked in the closet where they belong. It is only a matter of time until some justice will come from this.