This apparently tastes very sweet.
The No. 1 answer was: I'm not really sure what the fuss is about.
He says he's evolving and hints at a change of heart, if that's really what it is.
It's a states' rights issue, except for the banning-it-everywhere part.
"Don't blame ME for gay teen suicides."
She'll issue her final decision about rejecting the stay early today.
"In light of the appeal and the application for the stay, a certain amount of uncertainty now exists."
This doesn't look good.
"“I just think my children and your children would be much better off and much more successful getting married and raising one family, and I don’t want them brainwashed into thinking that committing adultery and raising two separate secret families is an equally valid and successful option."
Four years ago this reporter asked Mehlman if he was gay. The answer has changed.
Could his Proposition 8 ruling remain where it is?
Luckily there's a line of couples waiting outside City Hall in San Francisco waiting to do just that.
This is the perfect symbol of America's growing support for gay marriage.
And gay people will be able to scare conservatives to the polls again.
What do legal experts think will happen from here on the issue of Proposition 8?
What does yesterday's landmark decision mean for tomorrow?