Wednesday, February 25, 2004

A thought about gay marriage

A post at RobBernard.com makes an interesting point about gay marriage: Bush's position doesn't seem to differ from Kerry's position with respect to a constitutional amendment.

There is a difference between the two presidential candidate's positions. Bush's endorsement of a constitutional amendment seems sincere, while Kerry's seems completely phony. If you haven't been keeping up with current events, Senator John Kerry is a member of the party that has been perpetuating judicial activism, which is the sole reason for any type of gay marriage amendment to the constitution in the first place. If Senator Kerry feels that judicial activism has put the institution of marriage in the traditional sense in jeopardy, he's been voting with the wrong political party.

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