African-Americans, 70% of whom voted yes on Proposition 8, according to a CNN exit poll, have become a target. According to eyewitness reports published on the Internet, racial epithets have been used against African-Americans at protests in California, directed even at blacks who are fighting to repeal Proposition 8. Said Evan Wolfson, executive director of Freedom to Marry, "In any fight, there will be people who say things they shouldn't say, but that shouldn't divert attention from what the vast majority are saying against this, that it's a terrible injustice." (See the Top 10 ballot measures.) http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/200811...ofullnation;_ylt=AtYYWzy609FzQXtNSEpJXp6s0NUE Could this be one of the issues that could bring Blacks into the conservative movement for 2012? All my black co-workers voted for Obama of course but they are all vehemently opposed to gay marriage. If the animosity continues toward blacks for their voting yes on prop 8 in California and their vote is overturned by the Supreme court it could result in them turning their backs on the Democrat party and it could be a starting point to sway black voters toward a conservative ideology.