Friday, May 23, 2008

Morning Sweep

Gay City News reports on the possibility that GENDA will get a floor vote in the Assembly by the end of the legislative session.

McCain has rejected an endorsement from Rev. John Hagee, the controversial Texas televangelist who has made many offensive remarks, including homophobic ones. Oh, and he also rejected Rod Parsley, who hates Islam and the gays.

A conservative legal group has asked the California Supreme Court to put the marriage ruling on hold until Nov. to see which way voters go on the gay marriage ban amendment.

Some San Diego county clerks might be allowed to opt-out of officiating same-sex marriages. San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom is outraged.

The legal director of Lambda Legal and the senior counsel from the Alliance Defense Fund face off in the L.A. Times on the need for gay marriage.

You can call Alanis Morisette “Ally” for short – when singing her well-known tune “Ironic” on the “Today” show this morning, she changed the lyrics “It’s like meeting the man of my dreams, and then meeting his beautiful wife” to “beautiful husband.”

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