Interesting the way these 2 states operate. Ohio. A bill is introduced in the legislature of the people's representatives who face re-election every 2-4 years. It is debated. It must pass both houses of the legislature. It is sent for the Governor's signature. The Governor all faces re-election every 4 years. The bill becomes law and it is determined that the good people of Ohio, through their elected representatives, are not going to elevate homosexuality to a level of normalcy. Meanwhile, Massachusetts. 7 unelected, unaccountable Judges rule on a subject. The people are not consulted and have no voice Their representatives are not consulted and have no voice. Tell me again their is not a gay agenda. Bush and weak-kneed Republicans and other pols have sat back for years now, feigning or actually oblivious to this special interest movement. How much longer is Bush and his cronies going to study this issue?