It’s Official: Efforts to Repeal Californias LGBT History Bill FAIL

VolunteerIt was reported a short time ago that efforts to repeal SB48 in California were in trouble.

Their lying, bigoted volunteers failed to get the signatures:

The group, Stop SB48, which is named after the law, faced a Wednesday deadline to turn in just under 505,000 signatures to put the law on the ballot and give voters the opportunity to overturn it. In an e-mail, the group said, "We thank all of you that worked so hard to provide the hundreds of thousands of signatures received. In the end, 90 days was too short a time to accomplish such a large task."

They gave no precise number of how many signatures had been gathered. Backers ran the effort out of the offices of the Capitol Resource Institute, a socially conservative advocacy organization in Sacramento. The institute's executive director, Karen England, also was the leader of the referendum.

The group vows there will be another battle.


  1. says

    The attitudes of the California voter have come a long way since the shoving of Prop 8 down our throats. People are wiser now and this failure on the part of the GOP does not bode well for them.

  2. ohplease says

    I couldn’t be more pleased. California regrets Prop 8, it’s as simple as that. This proves that once a repeal of Prop 8 is back on the ballot, Califoria will obviously vote to repeal it.

    Their lies couldn’t get enough signatures and lies are all they ever have.

    Let them stage another “battle”. Where I come from, that won’t be a battle, but a beat-down. The era of hatred as the law of the land in the Golden State is finished.

  3. Tyler says

    Yeah and half the signatures they got on this ballot was by lying. They manipulated people into signing thinking they were signing something else. The only way they can get the signatures they got was by lying.