Bob barr on gay marriage
First of all, let me congratulate Bob Barr for having the courage to publicly change his mind and share his thoughts. We need more politicians who are willing to do that. But the question that needs to be addressed, is why? I believe that whenever an issue is framed in terms of natural rights, compromise legislation is doomed to fail.
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Bob Barr on the Issues
MY MARRIAGE has been threatened by a lot of things, including arguments, marathon silences, raging hormones mine , midlife crisis mine , dirty clothes piles hers and occasional failure mine to wash the backs of plates. My marriage has never been threatened by Bob wanting to marry Ted, or Carol getting engaged to Alice. Now, with the passage of the so-called "Defense of Marriage Act," the House of Representatives has saved the battered institution of heterosexual marriage. Let the marriage counselors of America, the ones who aren't in Congress, join the unemployment lines.
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ELECTION 08: Libertarian Bob Barr now opposes DOMA, ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’
His argument: DOMA, which allows states to refuse to recognize gay marriages performed in other states, is sufficient. A constitutional amendment would only hurt the country, he says. The Advocate spoke with Barr, now a consultant to the American Civil Liberties Union and other groups in their efforts to defeat the marriage amendment, from his office in Washington, D. You never know for sure.
The law has been a flash-point for those arguing for or against same-sex marriage ever since President Clinton signed it into law. Even President-elect Barack Obama has grappled with its language, meaning and impact. I can sympathize with the incoming commander in chief. And, after long and careful consideration, I have come to agree with him that the law should be repealed. The left now decries DOMA as the barrier to federal recognition and benefits for married gay couples.