Or at least I do. After the election results in my home state (Virginia, for the three of you who don't know) I am officially changing my residence to New York. I voted for two candidates, one won, one lost, (but lost respectably), and against the gay marriage constitutional change.
In 2000 I joked that if Bush II won, that I'd move to Mexico. Clearly that didn't happen. I am, however, as of tomorrow (or next week) officially going to become a resident of New York.
As for what other people are saying?
Before the election:
Jspot addresses the fact that in NJ the gay-marriage issue isn't "scaring up votes like it used to."
Apparently there is a group called "people of faith for equality" in Virginia. I wish that I had known. Equality Loudon exhorted people of faith to vote against the gay marriage ban. I can't find a quote for it, but apparently Kinky Friedman stated that he supports gay marriage so that they can be "as miserable as the rest of us."
After the election:
Jonchiz67, like me, is disappointed that Virginia passed the gay marriage ban, and comments on the likely event of a recount in our senatorial race.
There are so many issues with the language of the gay marriage amendment, even when you put aside the issue of inequality. First of all, it makes domestic violence cases more difficult to prosecute where the partners are unmarried, secondly it forces heterosexuals to get married instead of cohabitating, if they wish the benefits of marriage, and third, it strips the rights from those who already have them.