I believe that he did say that in the 90's but if u had watched the debates he said he was against it. He may have said that for political reasons though. If u look up their debate on line u will see what I'm talking about .
It was obviously for the votes, since at the time of the election the majority of the country was not in favor of legalizing same sex marriage.
Obviously. He lied for political gain in terms of the African American constituency in Chicago. You can just read it in the way he crafts his stance. He believes in equality for gays and lesbians for what he deems civil rights - hospital visits, owning a home, etc. but believes "marriage is not a civil right." He doesn't directly say what you think and escapes the badgering.
I should know not to argue politics on a pop music forum.
Bristol Palin needs to sit her ass down and quit pretending like her opinion matters.
This girl is famous for 3 things: Getting knocked up and single handedly causing her mother to lose the election, proving she has no talent on Dancing With The Stars, and getting a Jay Leno chin-implant.
Come now, you are giving the good sis Pailin's now hibernating uterus too much credit.
“As great as her friends may be – we know that in general kids do better growing up in a mother/father home. Ideally, fathers help shape their kids’ worldview.”
I'm suprised that no one pointed out the hypocrisy in her statement. I mean, Bristol had a child out of wedlock at the age of what, 16? She isn't even dating her baby's daddy anymore. Is she shading her own child child and insinuating that Tripp won't grow up correctly because his mother and father are raising him from two different locations?
"Bristol should keep her uneducated, ignorant mouth shut. If you're living in the past you wouldn't have a kid without marriage. Hypocrite. It's 2012!" Farley wrote. "My best friend will get married one day and not just have civil union with his man. Stop hating people."