Pedestrian cleverness aside, it's pretty clear by now that this is a volatile issue. Questions of religious freedom and perceived anti-semitism have entered the debate, provoking emotional responses on both sides.
A few days ago, The California Report's Rachael Myrow interviewed Lloyd Schofield, the San Francisco resident who is the official proponent of the circumcision ban that has qualified for the November ballot. The interview, I think, provides an interesting window into the thinking behind anti-circumcision advocates. The interview is followed by one with a First Amendment lawyer who specializes in defending religious practices, who thinks that the bill, even if it passes, is going nowhere fast, because of the heavy burden courts have placed on legislation attempting to restrict the free exercise of religion.