A few days before Christmas, President Bush told Diane Sawyer he would support -- "if necessary" -- a constitutional amendment codifying marriage as the relationship between a man and a woman, and only a man and a woman. Came The New York Times, a few days after that, with the news of a new poll showing majority public disapproval of gay marriage.
This is the opener of Bill Murchison's column on Townhall.com today. If even the NYT admits the public doesn't support gay marriage, I think it's safe to say they don't.
posted on 12/30/2003 12:35:21 PM PST
(Some people say that Life is the thing, but I prefer reading.)
If even the NYT admits the public doesn't support gay marriage, I think it's safe to say they don't.
But that's the "beauty" of the MA court decision! It just don't matter what the people think. We don't get a chance to vote on it. The Court ordered the legislature to write a law legitimating gay marriage. It (apparently) doesn't matter what the legislature thinks either. And I'm sure you understand the "full faith and credit" clause.
It's coming, brother.
posted on 12/30/2003 12:45:14 PM PST
(France delenda est)
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