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Homotextual: Fred Thompson

Filed By Ed Team | September 11, 2007 7:11 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: election 2008, Fred Thompson, marriage, presidency

"I would support a constitutional amendment which says some off-the-wall court decision in one state that recognizes the marriage in one state, like Massachusetts, just to pick a state, cannot go to another state and have it recognized in that state. You are not bound by what another state does. The second part of my amendment would also state that judges could not impose this [gay marriage], on the federal or state level, unless a state legislature signed off on it."
-- Republican presidential nominee Fred Thompson clarifying his position on gay marriage


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Michael Crawford Michael Crawford | September 11, 2007 8:07 PM

I am no lawyer and unlike Thompson I don't play one on t.v., but is he really saying that he wants to do away with the full faith and credit section of the Constitution?

No matter how he twists and spins, he is statements reek of homophobia and heterosexism.