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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Obama Supports Gay Marriage

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: It doesn't matter what he tries to say, or how he tries to hide it, the cat is out of the bag now. Barack Obama SUPPORTS gay-marriage. We can expect an Obama administration to do everything within it's power to promote it...
( - As the California Marriage Amendment debate heats up Barack Obama and John McCain have made clear their respective positions on the issue.

Two weeks after the California Supreme Court announced its decision to allow same-sex couples to "marry", opponents of same-sex marriage succeeded in placing on the November ballot a proposed constitutional amendment which states: "Only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California." If passed, the measure would reverse the recent court decision.

Mr. Obama recently made his position public in a letter sent to a San Francisco homosexual activist group.

"I oppose the divisive and discriminatory efforts to amend the California Constitution, and similar efforts to amend the U.S. Constitution or those of other states," wrote Mr. Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

At the same time John McCain has announced his support for the California Protection of Marriage initiative in an email received by the campaign.

"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," Mr. McCain stated....

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The simple fact of the matter is this. If Obama was neutral on the issue of gay-marriage, he wouldn't oppose the right of Californians (and Americans in general) to attempt constitutional measures defining marriage as between a man and a woman. If he were neutral on this issue, which he tries to present himself as, he would support the rights of both sides of the debate to push their agenda. He doesn't. Instead he opposes the right of Californians (and Americans in general) to come out against gay-marriage, and thereby favors tilting the playing field in favor of the gay-marriage lobby. It's just a little snapshot of what we can expect from an Obama Whitehouse administration.