I mean, I could get used to looking at pictures of people solidifying their commitment.
The right to marry the person you love has always been in our constitution, and we are now moving toward the recognition of that right.
These pictures of loving couples are courtesy of a google search.
David Boies and Ted Olson did a super job in the courtroom in tearing down Prop 8, and they convinced Judge Walker of the validity of their case.
They are now doing the same with the public, on Fox News and on CBS, on the Sunday talk shows.
Chris Wallace, Fox News, "I gotta say after your appearance today I don't understand how you ever lost a case on the Supreme Court sir."
Watch the entire interview, it's just 6:38 long.
Meanwhile, his legal buddy David Boies took on Tony Perkins on CBS and Face the Nation.
So here's the deal. We've said for years that the key to Equality is coming out, talking to our neighbors and co-workers, and that when people know us, and understand the discrimination on a personal level, their attitudes, and their degree of support, changes.
That is true.
But now this case has become a teachable moment, or a lot of teachable moments. Unless you read the ruling (which was pasted on this blog a few days ago) or followed the case as it was developing, you missed out on the personal aspects of it and how the plaintiffs were affected.
But you cannot miss the legal truths that have been revealed, and the explanation of those truths, which can be found in the 138 page ruling, or heard by listening to the successful attorneys. And every time one of these guys is on TV, more people are made aware of the constitutionality of the ruling, and minds are changed, and public opinion moves more in the direction of Equality.
Now, enjoy a few more pictures.