Ed Team

Jim Demint's "troubled" by a gay president

Filed By Ed Team | December 15, 2009 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: Jim DeMint, president

"[A gay president] would be bothersome to me personally because I consider it immoral.[...]

Marriage is a religious institution. The federal government has no business redefining what it is. Governments should not be in the business of promoting a behavior that's proven to be destructive to our society."

--Sen. Jim Demint, talking to Bloomberg News, warning complacent Americans about the threat posed by gay and lesbian presidents


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If marriage is a religious institution which the government should not be involved in, then I would like to propose to Mr DeMint that any federal or state benefits accruing to married couples should be terminated immediately. I mean, that sounds like a classic church/state separation problem to me.