Yesterday, we went to Disneyland for the Tenth Annual Gay Days celebration. While I was hanging out with people who are going to be working really hard over the next few election cycles to keep those who veto their families out of public office, I wondered how people who disagree about things eventually get along.
Looking around, I saw a lot of people having a good time. Apparently, as long as one group doesn’t specially reach out to interfere with another, things go great.
Whether it is a water fountain or a wedding, “sharing” is something we learned in kindergarten that still works in the real world. I wish you would “share” access to marriage by signing AB 43 and supporting the freedom to marry. It’s the only way we can even agree to disagree.