As a matter of fact, EQCA’s loss in Proposition 8 was bad enough that their board decided the group ought “not…get involved with marriage in California going forward.” (This, of course, is a victory in itself.) Broadly speaking, all these things should serve as an encouragement for the proponents of true marriage, whom the media and groups supporting the homosexual agenda so often seem to drown out. Perhaps more specifically, the point we should take from EQCA is that, while we still don’t know if the wheels are falling off their portion of the movement, we can at least enjoy knowing that the lug nuts are loose.
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