Thursday, May 18, 2006

The First Lady On the Gay Marriage Issue

The first lady told “Fox News Sunday” that she thinks the American people want a debate on the issue. But, she said, “I don’t think it should be used as a campaign tool, obviously.”

“It requires a lot of sensitivity to just talk about the issue -a lot of sensitivity,” she said.

Babblemur has that quote and a handful of others on homosexuality as an issue.

Photo h/t The Nate Report


James Wigderson said...

I think she meant that people shouldn't try gay marriage just as a way to get votes. Because that would be insensitive. :)

grumps said...

As long as they have driver's licenses I think it's ok.