A new Log Cabin Republicans website aims to highlight Republicans who are against Proposition 8 – California's constitutional amendment which would once again ban gay marriage in the State.

The recently launched website features quotes, bios and interviews of prominent Republicans who oppose Proposition 8 including: Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mary Cheney, San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, Redondo Beach Mayor Mike Gin, comedian Dennis Miller and Desperate Housewives Producer Marc Cherry. Councilpeople from various cities are also included.

“I'm wishing everyone good luck with their marriages and I hope that California's economy is booming because everyone is going to come here and get married,” Governor Arnorld Schwarzenegger said at an event in San Francisco shortly after the State Supreme Court's gay marriage decision.

“I'm a moderate in some degree because I have wildly swinging opinions, but through some sort of ideological Feng Shui they end up in the middle,” comedian Dennis Miller told Politico. “Some swing far to the left, others to the far right. I'm for the war, but I'm also for gay marriage.”

San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, in a touching press conference, announced he was in favor of gay marriage in 2007. He attributed his change of heart to the idea that “separate is not equal.” And finished by saying, “I have close family members and friends who are members of the gay and lesbian community. Those folks include my daughter, Lisa.”

The website claims that Mary Cheney, an openly gay Republican and daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, contributed $3,000 to the No On Prop 8 campaign.

On the net: Republicans Against 8 is at www.republicansagainst8.com. The No On Prop 8 campaign is at www.noonprop8.com.