Heck, he doesn't have to be in favor of it. But does he recognize it as a right? He keeps saying "Equal rights for all", yet he won't specifically say that that includes same sex marriage. I didn't think the question would be such a stumper.
Loc: Long Beach, CA
You got it.
Years ago, in another life when I was a choir director, one night when we were rehearsing for Christmas, we were practicing an arrangement of the English carol, "Ding, dong! Merrily on High." So at one point, I had to stop the run-through and, without thinking, said, "Basses! You're putting your 'dong' in the wrong place!"
Needless to say, that was the end of that night's rehearsal.
Loc: Long Beach, CA
I've been away from this thread for awhile so thought I'd catch up on previous posts. I have to say, the thinking on the right side of the aisle is beyond hilarious. The level of rigidity is so mind-boggling that I'm at a loss for words.
As a gay man reading some of the self-righteous crap above, I'm not even insulted anymore. I would, however, like to thank those who are supportive of those who strive for equality under the law. Your voice is very much appreciated.
The issue isn't "marriage" per se, it's that with this vote, the CA constitution will legislate discrimination. It is wrong, wrong wrong... regardless of what you think marriage is or isn't.
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