Why Does Obama Keep Flip-Flopping on Gay Marriage? - TIMEAnd yet — sorry, the contradictions keep coming — once Obama was elected, and once a gay couple in California had sued to overturn DOMA, his Administration not only defended the law, but defended it in a legal argument so reactionary that it would embarrass Dick Cheney (who, incidentally, is to the left of Obama on marriage). In that argument — here's a PDF courtesy of Georgetown professor Nan Hunter — Obama's lawyers noted that "courts have widely held that certain marriages performed elsewhere need not be given effect, because they conflicted with ... public policy." The examples the Justice Department offered: "marriage of uncle to niece," "marriage of 16-year-old," "marriage of first cousins."
Um...I didn't call you dishonest. I said you were BEING dishonest. That's not name calling, if it were, you'd have put on the mod hat and infracted me. But you know I did not step over that line, you're just trying to make it SEEM like I did. Nice try though.
You might want to read what I was responding to.Post #71, you even quote the dictionary....
you see, they're not like me and you
read the links if you want to know what's going on
Paul Hogarth: Obama's DOMA Defense Unacceptable
Moderator's Warning: Hey folks, let's try and stay ontopic here(me included). The topic is GoPride and republicans.