Eugene Delgaudio: Gay Marriage Reaches High Water Mark-- Pro-Family Majority Marshalls Forces
Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio says "First there's the 31 states and then there's the split legislature factor and then there's always a hurder for referendums whenever they can held.
Even states like California can be reversed with a referendum. So from here on in the bulk of the pro-family nation will have to hunker down and prevail."
The Washington Times reports:
As Illinois becomes the 16th state to approve gay marriage at a public signing ceremony set for Wednesday, the political trench warfare over same-sex unions may be facing a watershed moment: Illinois is the last state where gay-marriage advocates have an advantage in both the governor's office and statehouse, and defenders of traditional marriage say the political playing field will be far more level in the remaining 34 states in the years ahead.