On Twitter, real estate pros discuss DOMA, Prop 8 rulings

By Zachary Kussin and Leigh Kamping-Carder | June 26, 2013 04:30PM

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered historic decisions this morning on marriage equality, ruling that the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional and effectively tossing California’s Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage. Real estate insiders took to Twitter — and, uh, frosting — to broadcast their thoughts on the rulings.

Fredrik Eklund, broker with Douglas Elliman and star of “Million Dollar Listing New York”
@FredrikEklundNY
I’m nervous about DOMA. 7 minutes left… Please Supreme Court, do the right thing
OMG!!! I’m crying!! So happy!!! Thank you Supreme Court!!!! DOMA was just announced unconstitutional!…

Jason Haber, CEO of Rubicon Property
@jasonhaber
Rosa Parks refused to get up and Edith Windsor refused to take it while sitting down. #scotus #doma
Just for the record, I did tweet out at 7:15am today that the #doma vote would be 5-4. Nailed it! #SCOTUS

Eric Schneiderman, New York Attorney General
@AGSchneiderman
Millions of #LGBT American have not only gained legal rights but also are no longer victims of legally sanctioned discrimination #DOMA

Julie Menin, former Community Board 1 chair, candidate for Manhattan Borough President
@JulieMenin
#DOMA struck down by SCOTUS! Great step forward toward #Equality

Mayor Michael Bloomberg
@MikeBloomberg
Today’s decision brings us another step forward in the march of freedom, a journey we must never stop traveling
Our history is defined by expanding the definition of equality to all people. SCOTUS decision brings us one step closer to full equality.

Madison Hildebrand, broker with Coldwell Banker and star of “Million Dollar Listing LA”
@MadisonMalibu
Wow! Thank you! World history of #equality as the #DOMA is marked unconstitutional & struck down. #equalisbetter #”I-do” #marryaway

Christine Quinn, City Council Speaker and mayoral candidate
@ChrisCQuinn
This is a reminder that while the history of our nation may have moments of darkness, it’s been a march towards equality and justice for all

Kristen Lonergan, commercial real estate attorney
@kristenlonergan
@thirtyseven how many televisions are you watching at one time? #scotus #pauladeen