Is the big tent about to get even smaller? Log Cabin Republicans were left in shock by Obama's support for same sex marriage and some of them may bolt from the Republican Party.
The opposition to gay marriage is based solely in religious dogmata, and by legislating against same-sex marriage, Republicans are sanctioning unconstitutional church-based discrimination laws.
In a single moment the President has made history by endorsing same sex marriage and simultaneously became an instant target by the extreme religious parasites bent on "Reclaiming America".
Rush Limbaugh claims that Obama is at war with traditional marriages, but he personally has destroyed more marriages than the president's support of same sex marriage.
Barack Obama made history today by becoming the first president to come out in support of the legalization of same sex marriage, and his endorsement forever changes the same sex marriage debate.
Another state has added its political voice of opposition to gay marriage. North Carolina approved an amendment forbidding same-sex marriage.
The media hasn't gone far enough in arguing against a referendum on same-sex marriage in New Jersey.
The GOP's hate-inspired position will haunt them on Election Day if they continue promising to deny gay Americans equal rights.
Prop 8 is the result of California's Supreme Court decision that said banning same-sex couples from marrying was unconstitutional. Religious bigots gathered signatures, mobilized church leaders and conservative pundits to put Proposition 8 on the ballot, and Californians narrowly passed the measure.
Learn how to amaze your friends at next week's Super Bowl party in one easy lesson. When the subject of the Prop. 8 trial comes up between Super Bowl commercials, be able to look the host(ess) right in the eye and say, "If the plaintiffs prevail, same-sex marriage restrictions are toast just like Jim Crow after Brown v. Board of Education."
The latest Republican argument against same sex marriage was delivered by RNC Chair Michael Steele who claimed today that same sex marriage raises health and life insurance costs for business owners. Of course, the same argument applies to traditional marriage, but Republicans aren't against that...yet.
In an interview with Christianity Today, Joe the Plumber first defended calling gay people queers, then he said, "I wouldn't have them anywhere near my children." Joe the Plumber has many sides and none of them are good.
Former Sen. Rick Santorum wrote today that President Obama has antipathy for American values, and he tried to drag Obama into the gay marriage debate by suggesting that Obama supports federalized gay marriage, because he is going to let Europe dictate American policy.
In a piece titled Connecting the Dots: The Link Between Gay Marriage and Mass Murders, Robert Peters the president of Morality in America, argued that same sex marriage is a part of the moral decline in American society which has led to an increase in mass murders.
The state of Vermont has become the latest target for the wrath of social conservatives after the state legislature overrode a gubernatorial veto and legalized same sex marriage. Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council blamed the veto override on, "wealthy homosexual activists."
Today on his website former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska announced that he is leaving the Democratic Party for the Libertarian Party. Gravel, who was the best thing about those early Democratic primary debates said, "Today, I am announcing my plan to join the Libertarian Party, because the Democratic Party no longer represents my vision for our great country.