Just watched Congressman Gregory Meeks' (D-NY) shameful defense of Kerry's shameful position on equal marriage rights. Tucker Carlson's criticism of Kerry for opposing gay marriage may be opportunistic, but it's accurate. Meeks' defense of him, on the other hand, was predicated on the dangerously inaccurate idea that Kerry has simply shared a personal religious view with no impact on policy, when the truth of the matter is that Kerry's on record supporting the idea of an anti-gay constitutional ammendment in Massachusetts. Meeks' claim that Kerry's opposition to gay marriage is just an example of the diversity of American democracy which the Democratic is protecting is as hollow as a claim that Dick Cheney's position against liberating Nelson Mandela is an interesting personal quirk which symbolizes the vibrancy of American democracy.


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