Statements about Marriage
"Polls now show a majority of Catholics favor marriage equality."
On whether judges should be allowed to place children with gay couples who wish to adopt.
"The people of Rhode Island don't want same-sex marriage."
"Full marriage equality [would provide same-sex couples] with about 1,700 rights."
Says the majority of Americans support gay marriage.
Says it’s a "statistical reality that most single moms are very poor, under-educated, can't get a job, and if it weren't for government assistance, their kids would be starving to death."
"Between Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas over 8,000 same-sex couples are raising children."
"Massachusetts public schools teach kids as young as kindergartners about gay marriage."
"Over 80 percent of the people want the shot to vote" on whether to approve same-sex marriage, according to polls.
"Webster sponsored a bill to create a form of marriage that would trap women in abusive relationships."
Says Daniel Webster wants to make divorce illegal, even for abused wives.
Says Daniel Webster thinks wives should submit to their husbands.
Children born today will carry a $30,000 share of the national debt.
"The Massachusetts Supreme Court...defined marriage as simply, quote, the establishment of intimacy ... I guess that would mean if you really had affection for your horse, I guess you could marry your horse."
Says Bill White is for gay marriage.
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