Attorney General Brown Gears Up To Attack Defense Of Marriage Act

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

First he turned against the voters he was sworn to protect and sought to overturn the constitutional amendment established by Proposition 8. He's still waging that battle.

Then corruption-ridden attorney general successfully legalized voter intimidation through the corrupt courts. After that he tried abolishing marriage completely. After all of this, he called for the Fairness Doctrine to silence his opponents in the media.

But he's not done yet! The man, who has no concept of what fundamental civil rights are, called on gay-rights protesters to seek to repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act.

"He also told activists he thought public opinion in California was changing fast on acceptance of same-sex marriage rights, and noted that more states may pass legislation to allow it. "If that happens, you're getting pillars of support," he said.

The next step, he said, would be to try to repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act so that marriages can gain federal support and recognition."

Repeal the Defense of Marriage act so that marriages can gain federal support and recognition. Yes, the Sacramento Bee actually said that.


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