There is also the rule as given by Christ himself, render unto Caesar, meaning we are subject to rulers and laws.
Again, I would have voted against it, had I been a citizen of CA, but the fact that the majority of citizens are dead set against it remains. It is possible that the supreme court, of CA, will overturn the results, or the SCOTUS may someday override all the states. But not getting your way in a vote doesn't mean you get to call the winners bigoted, or haters, or protest against the groups who oppose you. the LDS are only about 2% of CA, so their votes and their financial contributions are only a small part of the opposition. Of course the gay communities, just like the mainstream "christians", will vent toward whomever it is permissible to hate. It is no longer acceptable to openly hate blacks, browns, jews and catholics, but the mormons are still fair game. Guess they have to take their turn as targets for the hatred of bigots, just like the gays will have to take their turn getting accepted like the blacks, browns, jews and catholics.