When I was talking to Milk star Josh Brolin about the hatred so rampant in the new movie Milk (about slain gay-rights activist Harvey Milk), Diane Lane's hubby said to me, quite evenly: "I have no connection with the Mormon Church. A Mormon may feel differently, they feel differently about coffee than I do. Just because gay people can't get married doesn't mean they can't be kissing in the street. I come from a Republican place, so I've seen both sides, and I understand both sides. For me, I don't care as long as people are happy."
Hey, Josh, how 'bout helping us stage a major kiss-in in the streets of Sacramento? It may be necessary, as I'm hearing the next major-money target of the Mormon Church is the California Supreme Court.
"That's where they're concentrating next," revealed a connected lawyer who's monitoring the Prop 8 architects' every move. "As soon as [the justices] come up for re-election, the Mormon Church and their money are going to do everything they can by getting those justices voted off, they're particularly gunning for every justice who voted to overturn the gay-marriage ban in the first place. And they might succeed. Do not underestimate them."