As my colleague Jonathan Capehart points out, the current field of Republican 2016 contenders and potential contenders offer a painfully contorted array of responses to the question of whether or not they would attend a gay wedding for a friend or loved one. 123 more words
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It seems like we are well into the concern-troll phase of the cake-pizza-flower wars/freedom movement, which one might call either an organized retreat or a fall back to guerrilla insurgency in the all but lost battle against gay marriage. 423 more words
Which leads to Question 3: “If you do not support such legislation, why not? Specifically, assuming that you support existing laws barring discrimination on the basis of race, gender and, yes, religion, why is sexual orientation deserving of less protection?” 154 more words
Gay-marriage bans don’t discriminate against gays because they apply to heterosexual people, too.
At least, that’s what Kentucky is arguing — apparently with a (ahem) straight face — to the Supreme Court. 433 more words