President Bush on Wednesday failed in his attempt to amend the Constitution to ban same-sex marriage when a divided U.S. Senate blocked the measure, virtually killing it for at least this election year.
Owch, Dubya. Let’s look at what G.W. said way back when on the issue.
On a matter of such importance, the voice of the people must be heard […]
Well, Mr. Preznit, were you listening? Keep listening, because another important matter is who we choose for our president. In closing:
“We all know what this issue is about,” declared Sen. Edward Kennedy, a Massachusetts Democrat. “It’s not about how to protect the sanctity of marriage. It’s about politics — an attempt to drive a wedge between one group of citizens and the rest of the country, solely for partisan advantage.”