After recalling that he had attended a gay wedding, he stipulated, "I just happen to have a different opinion about what you call it and what the status is." Please.If the invitation says it's a wedding, and you attend, you support gay marriage.And it's an insult to your hosts to claim later that you don't.This is an interesting expansion of the debate: not only do politicians need to have opinions both on gay marriage and on the FMA, but they also need to make political decisions about whether to go to their friends' weddings, assuming their friends are gay. There are lots of reasons to attend a wedding, even if you don't support gay marriage as an institution.
That's why we shouldn't have gone to war in Iraq, and that's why the FMA is a non-starter. A nice car: gullwing doors, 617-horsepower engine, carbon frame, top speed of 200 miles per hour. Unless you live in Long Island, of course, where it may or may not be on sale at Rallye Motors for, um, .1 million. Juliana Terian, the owner, is, according to the New York Times, "still deciding whether to hold it for a while or sell it right away". Call gay marriage a radical social experiment or a bid for special preferences often enough, and hopefully it becomes true.
Personally, I would love to see what Bush has called for: a civil debate on the issue. (FWIW, my views on gay marriage are here.) Samuel P.
Huntington, of Clash of Civilizations fame, is expanding his franchise.
Perhaps, although they might take away some consolation from the fact that you attended their own celebration.
I can't see how it would be any less offensive to refuse the invitation, since that might look even more homophobic. Can someone explain to me how Kerry's attendance at a gay wedding means that, ipso facto, he supports gay marriage?
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