"Gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry in California, the state Supreme Court said today in a historic ruling that could be repudiated by the voters in November.
In a 4-3 decision, the justices said the state's ban on same-sex marriage violates the "fundamental constitutional right to form a family relationship." The ruling is likely to flood county courthouses with applications from couples newly eligible to marry when the decision takes effect in 30 days." --SFGate
That's right fellow-Californians. The day we feared is finally upon us. In the wake of this historic decision, you can expect to see man and goat taking romantic walks on the beach, brother and sister making out in the park, and the marriages of innocent heterosexual couples dissolving into a tragic puddle of immorality.
Enjoy the next thirty days of institutional bliss while you still can.