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Meg Whitman Promises a Defense of Proposition 8

Meg Whitman is taking a controversial position on Proposition 8.
Meg Whitman is taking a controversial position on Proposition 8.
(Cover - Fortune Magazine)


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    norman 5 years ago

    she wont be able to defend prop 8 because shes not one of the plaintiffs and the case will be settled before she would even take office
    She just lost the election anyway-her flip floppng on illegal immigration and now this seals her doom. This man/woman will not be able to buy her way out of this!

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    Unfortunately, I think there is still just as much bigotry against gay people and supporters of Prop 8 out there as there were before - but the bigots have learned to hide it better.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    Looks like prop 8 will be the dividing line for the gubenatorial race - there will be disapointment.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    So Whitman really wants to be recorded in history as a pro-Prop 8 bigot?
    That, in itself, calls into question her judgement.

    And she's not going to be able to say "But I treated gay people fairly at eBay!"
    Sorry, Meg -- if you win, history will regard you the way it now regards Strom Thurmond.
    For your sake, I hope you don't win.

  • Lo J 5 years ago

    I know I will be voting for Meg. Brown is going to help the house and our president put us more into debt and keep most of us unemployed. We need more jobs and we need to stop the big businesses/organizations from giving our jobs to other countries. They want to save while most of us stay unemployed. Lets get the liberals out of office and get them working where they belong.

  • Rick DeLano 5 years ago

    Wow. Imagine that. A governor who will defend the will of the people against a radical gay rights activist all dressed up like an impartial judge.

    I like Meg Whitman a whole lot bettyer already.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    She is wrong.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    misleading headline. she will not be defending prop 8. the time to appeal will have passed. she said she would defend Prop 8 IF she was governor now, which she isn't.

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