Monday, May 22, 2006

Quote of the Week

John McCain, Sunday on Fox News Sunday, was asked by host Chris Wallace if he would vote for the Federal Marriage Amendment coming up for a vote in the Senate. His answer: "I will vote against it because I believe very strongly that in a — first of all, on the sanctity of union between man and woman, but I also believe that the states should make these decisions."

This is a complete an utter cop-out. If Sen. McCain votes for the amendment, the states WOULD be allowed to decide. A constitutional amendment cannot become law unless two-thirds of the states vote for it.

So, McCain either doesn't know the law or is trying to have it both ways. Which do you think it is?

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