Last week was Coastal Commission. This week I've actually had to wear a tie three times, and that always portends little time for blogging. Monday it was a major new biz presentation. Thursday, I taught a five hour class on community outreach to a client's new project managers, and I'm leaving in a minute to participate in a panel on global warming and housing regulation. Eech.
Then, finally, I'll get my life back. I've missed not being able to comment on so much -- Myanmar, China, the Obama team's telling huffiness over Bush's right-on remarks in Israel, the California Supreme Court's decision on homosexuality ...
OK, maybe I'll be late to my talk, but I have to get this out. The NYT headlines email this a.m. had as its quote of the day some CA gay saying how he finally felt like a first-class citizen, not a second-class one.
How nice. I, and about 80 percent of CA feel like second-class citizens today. We voted against gay marriage and now we're told that our vote doesn't matter. How much more second class can you get?
Labels: Gay Marriage