I wonder if they are holding off announcing the ruling - which is decided and written, ladies and gentlemen, it is not as if they doing that this weekend - because of the predicted reaction to their decision and the fact a long holiday weekend stretches before us. Mormons and Catholics don't tear up the joint at bad news . . . but radicalized homosexuals are likely to do so. And no one likes having to call in extra police reinforcements and having to pay them overtime.
Thanks, Justin, for your email alert.
Update: see, this is what I mean . . . found this after posting this.
There will be a meeting from 7-9 p.m. on the evening before Decision Day to talk about civil disobedience, in the event that the Supreme Court upholds Prop 8. It will be at a to-be-disclosed location South of Market.
I hope everything is kept peaceful, but if Prop 8 is upheld, my guess is that some small cadre will start a riot, or at least try. I think Catholic and Mormon churches had best be ready for vandalism if Prop 8 is upheld. Actually, even in celebration, if I were the Mormon bishop at the temple in Los Angeles, I would consider having extra security around the building.