Senator Rand Paul was a guest on AFA hate group leader Bryan Fischer’s radio show yesterday. The Senator and Fischer discussed several topics, but what is an interview between two ultra-conservatives without getting into the gays? So, of course, they eventually found themselves on the topic of marriage equality.
Paul noted that his state, Kentucky, had approved a constitutional amendment to prohibit same-sex marriage. He said he was “not sure” about DOMA, but warned the federal law could result in conservatives losing “the battle for the whole country.”
To be honest, I don’t understand what there is to “understand.” Two people love each other and want to marry and have the same rights, privileges and responsibilities as straight couples.
Plus – if you believe marriage is a “states rights” issue, then you can’t possibly support DOMA. DOMA is a federal law reaching into what you’ve just said is a “states rights” issue.
There. Was that hard?