Boo to the California supreme court, though I'm not entirely surprised that they were unwilling to overturn an amendment to the state constitution that did pass. (I think overturning it is the right thing to do, but I can understand why they were reluctant.)
However, the issue is far from settled. Equality California is working to get a proposition on the ballot in 2010
to overturn Prop. 8. It won't be easy, but it's doable. Prop. 8 only passed in the first place because the anti-marriage forces were better organized and better funded. Let's not let that happen again.