Ed Team

How's Log Cabin going to explain this?

Filed By Ed Team | June 28, 2008 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: California marriage equality, gay marriage, John McCain, marriage equality, same-sex marriage

"I support the efforts of the people of California to recognize marriage as a unique institution between a man and a woman, just as we did in my home state of Arizona. I do not believe judges should be making these decisions."

-- Republican presidential nominee John McCain about the California marriage amendment


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Wilson46201 | June 28, 2008 7:56 AM

They simply won't bother to rationalize for McCain. They'll redouble their efforts to slime and smear Barack Obama. For a good example, local gay GOP attorney Gary Welsh has been totally obsessed reporting every absurd rumor out on the Internet against Obama.

Most other LCR's will sniff haughtily with their tired old dodge: "well, I'm not a single issue voter!"