No Defense of Marriage
The President won't defend marriage anymore
The administration's decision is a slap in the face to voters in Tennessee, who voted to constitutionally declare that marriage is between a man and a woman with 81% of the vote in 2006, and shows no regard for the will of the people in many other States that have passed similar referendums. The President, rather than learning from his party's November beating at the polls, seems to delight in waging political war no matter what the personal cost to him or the political cost to the nation.
Labels: Conservatism, Elections, Local politics, Tennessee politics