They keep wanting to change the rules to fit their own needs.
Not content with working to un-marry the 18000 LGBT people who got married in California, supporters of Prop. 8 now want to get rid of campaign finance disclosure laws that make public the names of donors to campaigns.
Yes, the law does require that when people engage in the very public speech that is an election campaign, they have to come clean publicly about who they are. If folks want to go off by themselves and talk about their opinions, fine -- they can be private about who is involved. But when they want to impose their opinions on their fellow citizens, they have to come out into view. Those are the rules.
And yes, that means they will be publicly criticized.
The Prop. 8 folks don't like the rules -- they guess they'll try to change them to suit themselves. Isn't that what they did in November?