Thousands of demonstrators are furious around California’s prohibition on gay married couples and then so are the celebs. A lot of celebrities grieved the coming about of Proposition 8 in California this week. A few such as Wanda Sykes, Rose McGowan and Lance Bass accompanied a Wednesday dissent knocking down California's gay same sex marriage ban. Other people like Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie O’Donnell, Samantha Ronson and Melissa Etheridge aired out their defeats on the internet, on television, and onstage. James Cromwell, Patricia Clarkson, Anjelica Huston and Sean Penn said they supported the 2,000 gay-rights protesters who were demonstrating outside a Mormon church. Etheridge, who interchanged vows with her longtime female spouse in a 2003 ceremonial occasion, announced she would not pay her taxes in a web log submission placed Thursday on TheDailyBeast.com. Madonna chose a minute during her concert at Dodger Stadium to announce to the audience that she was sorry “since African-Americans are equal at last, only same sex marriage isn't.” Onetime adolescent queen Christina Aguilera likewise verbalized against the vote.
Editors comment: It appears that the voters in California are totally against same sex marriage. It appears that only the celebrities want you to vote the way they think! Maybe it's time that we vote them out also.