Monday, December 5, 2011

Gay Marriage & the GOP President Race

It’s always the GOP candidates like Ron Paul, Gary Johnson & openly gay Fred Karger who don’t have a chance of winning their party’s presidential nod that say they either support or at least don’t oppose gay marriage. Not Like the homophobes leading the pack like Mitt Romney or Newt Gingrich who added their names with Rick Perry, Rick Santorum & Michele Bachmann endorsing banning gay marriage. Then there’s former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman that stated he doesn't support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage but as governor he supported Utah's ban & recently he described the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) as a “safeguard” that allows states to decide on marriage. Huntsman does supports civil unions for gay & lesbian couples. This is a no-brainer. If you support LGBT Equality in this country you support & vote for Obama. At least then there's a chance to repeal DOMA. Updates to Come…:)
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1 Comments:

Anonymous Gary Johnson said...

As a believer in individual freedom and keeping government out of personal lives, I simply cannot find a legitimate justification for federal laws, such as the Defense of Marriage Act, which 'define' marriage. That definition should be left to religions and individuals – not government. Government's role when it comes to marriage is one of granting benefits and rights to couples who choose to enter into a marriage 'contract.' As I have examined this issue, consulted with folks on all sides, and viewed it through the lens of individual freedom and equal rights, it has become clear to me that denying those rights and benefits to gay couples is discrimination, plain and simple.

December 5, 2011 at 10:32 AM  

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